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Corumel Minerals Corp. Changes Its Name to ''Prospero Minerals Corp.'', and Increases Its Authorized Shares

Published: Jun 20, 2006 – 09:28 AM EST

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 20, 2006--Corumel Minerals Corp. (OTC BB: CORU) announced today that, effective with the opening of business today, it has changed its name to "Prospero Minerals Corp." (OTC BB: PSPO), and has increased the number of authorized shares to 300 million...

Allied Energy Group Supports Feed the Children

Published: Jun 20, 2006 – 09:12 AM EST

BOWLING GREEN, Ky.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 20, 2006--Feed the Children, an international, non-profit relief organization delivering food, medicine, and other necessities to needy individuals, has recognized Allied Energy Group for its charitable contributions. Larry Jones, President of Feed the Children, issued a certificate of appreciation...

Health Net Donates $300,000 to Armed Services YMCA; HNFS Donations Support Six ASYMCAs in the TRICARE North Region

Published: Jun 20, 2006 – 08:41 AM EST

SACRAMENTO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 20, 2006--Health Net Federal Services (HNFS), the government operations division of Health Net, Inc. (NYSE:HNT), today announced that it will make a $300,000 contribution to the Armed Services YMCA (ASYMCA) to help sustain many of their educational, recreational and support...

For Nine Million Refugee Youth, A Chance To Learn and Play

Published: Jun 20, 2006 – 06:00 AM EST

UN Refugee Agency Launches Innovative Global Campaign with Corporate Partners to Help World's Refugee Youth

Untapped:Creating Value in Underserved Markets By John Weiser, Michele Kahane, Steve Rochlin and Jessica Landis

Published: Jun 20, 2006 – 05:00 AM EST

Selected for Harvard Business Review's 2006 Reading List!

'Food to Flowers!' School Program and Cereplast Inc. Introduce Compostable Plastic Bags into Mix; Cereplast Provides New Environmentally-Friendly Alternative

Published: Jun 19, 2006 – 08:15 PM EST

SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 19, 2006--Cereplast Inc. (OTCBB:CERP) today announced a deal to provide the San Francisco School District's "Food to Flowers!" program with compostable plastic bags. Cereplast is the producer of renewable and biodegradable plastics, which are alternatives to petroleum-based plastics. Cereplast compostable...

Charities@Work and CreateHope, Inc. Partner to Provide Workplace-Giving Management Solution

Published: Jun 19, 2006 – 04:41 PM EST

FALLS CHURCH, Virginia - Charities@Work and CreateHope, Inc. have formed a partnership to support and promote strong, effective and efficient workplace-giving campaigns. The full-service package provided through the partnership enables companies and employees to support the country's premier charitable organizations powered by the...

ConocoPhillips to Host ESP's Fall 2006 North American Software User Group Meeting

Published: Jun 19, 2006 – 03:51 PM EST

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 19, 2006--ESP (Environmental Software Providers) has announced that its Fall 2006 North American opsEnvironmental User Group Meeting and workshop, to be held on September 11-14 in Houston, will be hosted by ConocoPhillips. An ESP software customer since 2004, ConocoPhillips...

Children from New Mexico to New York Learn How to Eat Healthy and Stay Fit With the General Mills Champions for Healthy Kids Program

Published: Jun 19, 2006 – 10:37 AM EST

MINNEAPOLIS, Jun. 19 /CSRwire/ - MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 19, 2006--Fifty community-based organizations and schools across the U.S. have received grants totaling $500,000 to support innovative programs that equip children with the tools they need to live healthy, balanced and active lives. The Champions for...

Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Focuses Offer, Reduces Total Fees Up to 45% for Some Donors

Published: Jun 19, 2006 – 10:06 AM EST

VALLEY FORGE, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 19, 2006--The Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program today announced significant reductions in administrative and investment fees for qualifying donor-advised fund accounts, as well as a lower threshold that will allow more participants to benefit from the new fee structure. These...



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