Daily Archives: September 4, 2001

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Delphi unit to roll out wireless products

Delphi Automotive Systems’ wireless unit plans to launch 18 products in 2001-2002. The Mobile MultiMedia business unit has been working to develop wireless products with nine auto manufacturers, including Toyota Motor Corp., Honda Motor Co., General Motors Corp. and Subaru ...

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Waltrip replaces Carpenter as B&L CEO

Bausch & Lomb Inc.’s stock was up 4 percent Tuesday afternoon following the resignation of CEO William Carpenter. The company’s board has begun a search for Carpenter’s successor. Chairman William Waltrip has been appointed as interim CEO. Bausch & Lomb ...

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Waltrip replaces Carpenter as B&L CEO

Bausch & Lomb Inc.’s stock was up 4 percent this afternoon following today’s resignation of CEO William Carpenter. The company’s board has begun a search for Carpenter’s successor. William Waltrip, who became chairman in July, has been appointed as interim ...

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Delphi unit to roll out wireless products

Delphi Automotive Systems’ wireless unit plans to launch 18 products in 2001-2002. Delphi’s Mobile MultiMedia business unit has been working to develop wireless products with nine auto manufacturers, including Toyota Motor Corp., Honda Motor Co., General Motors Corp. and Subaru ...

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VC executive joins PaeTec board

PaeTec Communications Inc. has added a venture capital firm executive to its board of directors. Frank Kline has served as managing partner of Kline Hawkes & Co. since its founding in 1995. He previously had served as a Wall Street ...

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Tickets remain for Bills’ season opener

More than 1,000 tickets remain for the Buffalo Bills’ season opener against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. The game must be sold out by 1 p.m. Thursday to be televised locally.

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Reno begins campaign for governor

Former U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno formally kicked off her campaign for Florida governor, a race expected to pit her against the president’s younger brother, Jeb Bush, next year.

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U.S. jets attack sites in Iraq

U.S. jets today attacked anti-aircraft guns and missile sites in southern Iraq, the fourth time in 11 days in a campaign to disable Baghdad’s air defenses, the Pentagon said. Navy and Air Force jets attacked the military targets in a ...

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HP aims to acquire Compaq for $25 billion

As rumored, Hewlett-Packard Co. plans to buy Compaq Computer Corp. for some $25 billion in a blockbuster merger bringing together the two rivals. The stock swap creates a behemoth with 150,000 employees and $87 billion in revenue. It would rival ...

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Gramm decides to leave U.S. Senate

Sen. Phil Gramm of Texas was slated to hold a news conference this afternoon where he planned to announce he will not seek re-election next year. The former presidential hopeful becomes be the second veteran Republican this year to reveal ...

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