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the 2nd largest of the Great Lakes

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Huron Capital Partners LLC is an operationally focused private equity firm with a history of growing lower middle-market companies.
Work continues on the Lake Huron Residue Management Facility and twinning sections of the Lake Huron pipeline.
The Huron Life Sciences practice provides a variety of consultation services to companies in the medical market, including medical device manufacturers.
We are excited about the synergies and opportunities that will come from the joining of Huron and Trilantic," said Nigel Murray, managing director and founder, Trilantic.
The Iroquoian speaking Huron lived on the Penetanguishene Peninsula on the shores of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay.
When the Huron people dispersed, some fled to the United States; some joined neighbouring nations and some crossed to Christian Island, but were forced to leave again and travelled to the Quebec City region.
In 1998, Huron Graffenstaden was acquired from Comau by Financiere Cardinale a buyout consortium headed by Gilbert Ficher, formerly managing director of Huron-Graffenstaden ltaliana.
Other anniversary projects planned include a diocesan children's festival, a picture book of all churches in the diocese, a Pilgrimage of the Cross, a Thanksgiving service at Her Majesty's Royal Chapel of the Mohawks, and an academic conference at Huron University College.
The North Channel of Lake Huron, with its thousands of secluded islands, is internationally lauded as a freshwater boater's paradise by word of mouth alone.
Based on these and all other facts of record, and for the reasons discussed in this order, the Board concludes that consummation of the proposal is not likely to result in any significantly adverse effects on competition or on the concentration of banking resources in the Huron County banking market or in any other relevant banking market.
Port Huron took place very much in the long shadow of the fifties, and the participants were convinced they were being groomed for the kind of conformist society that one sees described in the work of C.
Universities are preparing their campuses for a future that includes decreased government financial support, changing demographics, tighter budgets, and increased global competition," said Laura Yaeger, executive vice president, Huron Education.
The flex equity strategy will be led by seasoned investment managers Douglas Sutton and Charles Sheridan, who joined Huron Capital after 13 years at BMO Private Equity (US), Inc.
CHICAGO -- Huron Consulting Group (NASDAQ: HURN), a leading provider of business consulting services, today announced that Brian Linscott has rejoined the Company as a managing director in its Huron Financial Consulting practice focused on restructuring and turnaround.