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Dell and Goodwill Industries of San Antonio Launch Convenient, No-Charge Computer Recycling Service for Consumers; 'Reconnect San Antonio' Plans to Divert Almost 2 Million Pounds Annually from Landfills

Published: Jul 20, 2006 – 11:05 AM EST

SAN ANTONIO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 20, 2006--Goodwill Industries of San Antonio and Dell (NASDAQ:DELL) today introduced Reconnect San Antonio, a free drop-off program for recycling of unwanted computers by area residents. The pilot program helps protect the environment through the responsible recycling or reuse of...

New Amnesty International Report Details Role of Yahoo!, Microsoft and Google in Limiting Freedom of Expression in China

Published: Jul 20, 2006 – 10:42 AM EST

Release Marks Launch of New Campaign for Free Speech Online; Site Allows Citizens to Publish Fragments of Censored Material on Their Own Web Pages

The Pepsi Bottling Group Helps Phoenix Area Students Go to College; PBG Awards Scholarships to Local 'Rising Stars'

Published: Jul 19, 2006 – 04:01 PM EST

PHOENIX--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 19, 2006--You could say that 18-year-old Hillary Wragge of Mesa, AZ has been forced to grow up fast. When her mother was diagnosed with ovarian cancer more than a year ago, Ms. Wragge had to balance school with a job to...

The Pepsi Bottling Group Helps Local Students Go to College; PBG Awards Scholarships to Atlanta Area 'Rising Stars'

Published: Jul 19, 2006 – 03:56 PM EST

ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 19, 2006--Lawrence Johnson of Atlanta is on a mission. After his father died of heart failure when Mr. Johnson was a child, he decided to become a cardiologist so he can help save people with heart disease. But, Mr. Johnson's single...

Soya Summit 2006 Presents Workshop on Evaluating Biodiesel Investments; Conference Agenda Includes Workshops on Energy, Food and Green Marketing

Published: Jul 19, 2006 – 03:37 PM EST

BAR HARBOR, Maine--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 19, 2006--Over the past three years, billions of dollars have been poured into the development of bio-based energy fuels such as biodiesel from soybeans and ethanol from corn. This investment is causing people to look for a new generation...

New Business Book Gives Textbook Theory The Big Kiss Off

Published: Jul 19, 2006 – 02:18 PM EST

Business Expert Writes the Playbook on 'How To' Ethically Execute for Extraordinary Results

Temple Emanuel Offsets Carbon Emissions with

Published: Jul 19, 2006 – 02:09 PM EST

Kensington, MD temple reduces its carbon footprint to protect Creation, will educate members on dangers of global warming

ExxonMobil Announces $10 Million Commitment to New Orleans Area Schools for Mathematics & Science Education; ExxonMobil Donations to Hurricane Katrina Relief and Recovery Increase to More Than $23 Million

Published: Jul 19, 2006 – 12:04 PM EST

IRVING, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 19, 2006--The ExxonMobil Foundation will commit up to $10 million to enhance public school education in the Greater New Orleans area, bringing the Company's total commitment for relief and recovery efforts related to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita to more than...

Corporate Volunteer Councils in Sacramento, Atlanta, and Montgomery County, Md., Recognized

Published: Jul 19, 2006 – 10:51 AM EST

WASHINGTON, D.C.-- Corporate Volunteer Councils (CVCs) in Sacramento, Ca., Atlanta, Ga., and Montgomery County, Md., are recipients of the 2006 Corporate Volunteer Council of the Year Award, according to the Points of Light Foundation & Volunteer Center National Network, a nonprofit organization in...

Dell Foundation Awards 2006 'Literate Community' Grants to 22 Non-Profit Organizations in Four States

Published: Jul 19, 2006 – 09:08 AM EST

ROUND ROCK, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 19, 2006--Dell Foundation "Literate Community" grants have been awarded to 22 organizations in four states -- Texas, Tennessee, Oklahoma and North Carolina -- where significant numbers of Dell (NASDAQ:DELL) employees live and work. The two-year, $50,000 grants support innovative...



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