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BC--IRELAND is the Irish corporate title for the Center's most recent component.
He continues to hold the corporate title of senior VP and group executive for Unova's Industrial Automation Systems Group, which also encompasses Landis Gardner.
THE premium upper-medium sector has a new champion car, according to highly respected corporate title Fleet News, which this week voted the Audi A4 the Best Premium Upper Medium Car in its Fleet News Awards for 2002.
Finally, in a move designed to highlight its capabilities in power generation, filtration and other areas, Cummins officially dropped "Engine Co." from its corporate title in August of last year.
Corbin joined the company as president of Ekco Housewares in May 1994 and was given the additional corporate title five months later.
The lead director would not have a corporate title and would not have an office at the company headquarters.
First Bancshares Inc (NASDAQ: FBMS), the holding company for First Home Savings Bank, has completed its charter conversion to a Missouri chartered non-member commercial bank from a Missouri chartered stock non-member thrift, and has changed its corporate title to 'First Home Bank.'
Smith's corporate title was incorrect in an accompanying photo.
Shop Direct dropped Littlewoods from its corporate title in May but is using the name in its Littlewoods and LittlewoodsDirect brands.
In the early 1970s, the story goes, Matthews and his good friend Michael Cowpland were working in Canada where they established a company called Mitel, an odd-sounding corporate title derived from their respective first names.
The corporate title of National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside (NMGM) has been proclaimed a public relations disaster.
Mr Jenkins, said more than 20 companies have been identified as potential corporate title sponsors for next season, which would at least match Kintana's input this year.
Arkansas Writers' Project was adopted as a corporate title to reflect the company's growing number of publications.
However, liability imposed merely by virtue of holding a corporate title or office is a significant departure from the traditional concept any may have the ironic consequence of further aggravating damage to the environment.
The common theme in the above cases is that regardless of the person's corporate title and ability to sign checks, they lacked the power to determine which creditors to pay.
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