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Nov. 3 (BusinessWire) – Abano Healthcare Group has confirmed it has sold its New Zealand audiology business to concentrate on hearing care in Australia and Asia. Abano’s 64 Bay Audiology clinics and business have been sold to National Hearing Care (New Zealand) Ltd, a company associated with Crescent Capital Partners for $158 million. National has 14 clinics in New Zealand, 82 in Australia. Additionally, Abano is to buy a 13% stake for $30 million in the merged Bay/National audiology business on a 50:50 basis with Bay’s founder Peter Hutson. Bay Audiology’s sale will provide approximately $118 million ...
and in 1538 John Leland described it as, "a very quick market town and meately large; well served of fish and flesh both from sea and by rivers ... so that all vitaile is very good and chepe there. A right honest man shall fare well for 2d. a meal. ... There be plenti of se coal in the quarters about Wakefield". 2 The site of a battle during the Wars of the Roses and a Royalist stronghold during the Civil War , Wakefield developed in spite of setbacks to become an important market town and centre for wool exploiting its position on the navigable River Calder to become an inland port . During the 18th century Wakefield ...
Alison Singer: autism hero | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazine
It could be argued that by her resigning, now Autism Speaks is even MORE anti-vac-focused, and her leaving is a bad thing. Someone lower down in the organization leaving over something they can’t change, fine, but she’s their VP – surely she’d have more sway over statements of policy and the like? 2.   Jeff Says: January 17th, 2009 at 2:12 pm I completely agree with you, Phil. What it is that makes anti-vaccination people think that autism is caused by vaccinations, is not some sort of link or anything scientific, it’s something else (what this ‘thing’ is, I have no idea, but ... market research, surveys and trends
2008 year in review
HARTINGTON — The weather, construction, schools, business changes and court proceedings dominated the news here in 2008. Here is a week by week look at 2008. Jan. 2, 2008 A family is trying to bring something positive out of their loss of a beloved sister and daughter. It has been six months since Ron and Janet Burbach lost their 20 year old daughter Janell to bacterial meningitis. Janell who had been a student at the University of South Dakota, was on summer break when she became ill. Her famiy is working to raise awareness on the disease that took their loved one’s life. It is called Project Janell. A web site has been ... market research, surveys and trends


Scoop Archives: Company Results
SCOOP.CO.NZ archive pages provide PLAIN FULL TEXT search access to the Scoop archives divided into CATEGORIES. The database indexes approximately 4 months of Scoop items and is updated each night. You can search Scoop's complete 8 years of data at Knowledge Basket . July 2 (BusinessDesk) – Postie Plus Group sales tapered off in May and June after a surge in the first four months of the year, and the clothing retailer is predicting annual sales growth of 4.5%. More >> July 1 (BusinessDesk) – Satara Cooperative Group, the fruit packer and coolstore operator, is forecasting “significantly” reduced ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Gulf rig owner criticizes Obama's drilling halt - Fosters
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The owner of the drilling rig involved in the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico criticized the U.S. government's six-month ban on deepwater drilling in the area Tuesday. On the sidelines of an oil conference in London, Transocean Ltd. president Steven Newman said there were things President Barack Obama's administration "could implement today that would allow the industry to go back to work tomorrow without an arbitrary six-month time limit." Transocean owns the Deepwater Horizon rig, which was run by British oil company BP PLC. An April 20 explosion on the rig killed 11 workers ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


Health Development Today (HDT): Issue 11, Oct/Nov 2002
of the future role of environmental health officers in public health. ... From September 2000 to August 2001, 69% of the 150 local authorities with trading standards ... dangers of alcohol misuse to halt or reverse this trend. www.bmj. com ...... Adams, who is director of Wakefield Action for Health (which includes ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
When public action undermines public health: a critical ...
Australian Research Centre for Population Oral Health, School of Dentistry, University of Adelaide, South Australia, Australia This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License ( ), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. The addition of the chemical fluorine to the water supply, called water fluoridation, reduces dental caries by making teeth more resistant to demineralisation and more likely to remineralise when initially decayed. This process has been implemented in more than 30 countries ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
In the News - McDonough School of Business
“So if we have a crash that forms roughly the same way that the May 6 crash formed, it is possible that these circuit breakers that are described would not have had enough of an effect.” Adds James Angel, a professor with Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. U.S. Home Refis Up but Buying Demand Near 13-Year Low, Reuters (June 30, 2010) "We're not out of the woods yet," said James Angel, associate finance professor at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business in Washington. "Rescue scheme after rescue scheme after rescue scheme has been tried, but we still have millions of ...
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Google Answers: Risks to Recovery in Global Economy
Hello, dj-ga! You have asked a question concerning several dynamic economies which elicits a mixed bag of opinions from well-known economists who never stay centered on one viewpoint for very long! I have tried to provide you with several perspectives so that you can formulate some ideas. I have excerpted portions of each article as they relate to the falling dollar relative to the US, European and Japanese economies, but I suggest that you read them in full. Many of the articles contain other bits of information that you might consider interesting or valuable to your topic. Obviously, this is a weighty topic that could ...