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Synonyms for June 24

a quarter day in England, Wales, and Ireland

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From Saturday 24 June to Monday 26 June 2017, these stations will operate from 5:50 am up to 2.00 am (of the following day).
These stock units will vest over three years, with 25,000 stock units vesting on 24 June 2014, 25,000 Stock Units vesting on 24 June 2015 and 25,000 Stock Units vesting on 24 June 2016, assuming Liu's continued service to the company on each such date.
24 June 2010 - US-based First Farmers Bank & Trust said on Wednesday it will start shortly the construction of a new full-service branch in Huntington, Indiana.
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The Norwegian drilling rigs operator Ocean Rig ASA said on Friday (24 June) that it had priced a USD150m bond issue in New York at a coupon of 8.375%.
Finnish-Swedish telecomms operator TeliaSonera AB said on Thursday (24 June) that the mobile customers of its Swedish subsidiary TeliaSonera Sweden (Telia) would be the only ones in Sweden to be able to receive on their mobile phones the Swedish public service television company SVT's live broadcasts from the Summer Olympics in Athens.
24 June 2010 - First Michigan Bank said on Wednesday it has appointed Peter Root as its chief investment officer, effective immediately.
International Resource News - 24 June 2008(c)2005 - Electronic News Publishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
The Norwegian technology group Technor ASA said on Friday (24 June) that it had agreed to sell its 22.28% stake in the Rosenberg Verft shipyard in Norway to a group of other shareholders in the company.
24 June 2010 - US bank holding company First South Bancorp Inc (NASDAQ:FSBK) said on Wednesday its board has declared a quarterly cash dividend of USD0.20 (EUR0.16) per share for the second quarter of 2010.
The Swedish production systems and technology developer Morphic Technologies AB issued on Thursday (24 June) its report for the financial year 2003/2004, posting an operating loss of SEK10.05m, as compared to a loss of SEK12.13m in the previous financial year.