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Fans of "The Apprentice" who are looking forward to tuning in to its latest installment, "Celebrity Apprentice," can get a head start in learning more about three "Celebrity Apprentice" cast members by going to www.pr.com/articles and reading their interviews. - December 17, 2007 - PR.com
Dr. Roger Kenneth Hershline PhD MD, Chairman and Founder of CureHIV.us, agreed to provide samples of Global Humanceuticals, Inc’s NIAID#11039, a new powerful class of anti-HIV drug to clinical researchers. The drug is able de-activates the virus even if diluted nearly a billion times. - September 09, 2007 - CureHIV
Details of Abduction: Spartanburg County authorities say a man who held his estranged wife at knifepoint Thursday night was being sought by authorities for abducting his 11-year-old boy from school on Friday.
Major Dan Johnson reports 38-year-old Anthony Robin Christen took his son from school Friday,... - March 09, 2007 - Project Safekids
Each year, Inc. Magazine produces the Inc. 500, a list of the nation's fastest-growing, privately held companies. Founded in 2005, Greenville based SDI ranks on this year’s Top 500 list at 241 with a 3-year growth rate of 528.9%. Their rapid growth is largely because they bring highly integrated, comprehensive technology solutions to an underserved market. - September 08, 2006 - SDI Networks
PR.com Senior Editor, Allison Kugel, interviews legendary comic book icon Stan Lee about his life, his career and his new company POW! Entertainment. - March 17, 2006 - PR.com
Six-year-old Brandon McCall and 2-year-old Madison McCall are believed to have been taken by their grandparents. SLED issued the Amber Alert around 3:50 this morning. - March 08, 2006 - Project Safekids
South Carolina AMBER Alert Canceled. Spartanburg County Sheriff Chuck Wright says the two were found at a hotel in Monroe County, Ga. Authorities got a call from someone there who noticed the car in the alert. Forsyth, Ga., police then recovered Shantelle and Keonte. Wright said the two girls were in good condition. - December 21, 2005 - Project Safekids