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National Business Group on Health Recognizes 63 Large Employers as '2009 Best Employers for Healthy Lifestyles' Award Winners

... Texas Health Resources The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia The Home Depot Unilever Watson Wyatt Worldwide Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company xcel Energy ...

2009: The Year of Health Care Reform? Faith-Based Investors See Doubling of Related Shareholder Resolutions, Growing Public Support From Corporate America

...7 percent); Loews (2.6 percent); Reynolds (.01 percent); UST (3 percent); United Tech (3.8 percent); Wendy's (no vote due to merger with Arby's); and xcel (8 percent). In addition, primary filers undertook dialogues on this topic with another 20 publicly traded companies. PRINCIPLES FOR REFORM EMB...

Mother of Five Wins $5,000 in Minnesota Quit-Smoking Contest

.../prnh/20081125/AQTU534 ) Sandy was honored for her success in quitting smoking during the first period break of the Minnesota Wild game at the xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn. More than 30 contest participants and supporters gathered in a suite dubbed the "Quitters' Box" to celebrate their sm...

Lucky Quitters to Receive Big Money in Stop-Smoking Contest

...innesotans who successfully quit smoking will receive big prizes during a special on-ice presentation at the Minnesota Wild game on November 24 at the xcel Energy Center. The winners were participants in The QuitCash Challenge, a new stop-smoking contest from ClearWay Minnesota(SM) and QUITPLAN(R) Service...

DOE Seeks Licensing Approval for Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Storage Site

...equently blocked by passing trains. The tribe has been fighting to have the nuclear waste removed since 1994 when the state of Minnesota first allowed xcel Energy to store the waste near its reservation. ...

Ingen Technologies, Inc. Press Release Retraction

... their locations through the form of several email communications between Lincare and Ingen. Lincare provided Ingen with the Lincare Locations List in xcel format. Lincare delivered six purchase orders to purchase a variable amount of Oxyview(R) product from Ingen. There was no written agreement between L...

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Leaders Rally from The Valley

...y, Engineering and Management at UW-Stout. Event organizer Darcy Way, director of Momentum Chippewa Valley, was joined by event co-Chairs Linda Clark, xcel Energy and Jackie Pavelski, representing the Eau Claire Chamber of Commerce. We are pleased with the involvement of the executive branch in our mee...

WisconsinEye gets peripheral vision: Coverage will extend to Wisconsins emerging economy

... Roberts, who may be broadcasting debates on the floor of the Legislature as soon as January. Donors such as the Kohler Trust, the Bradley Foundation, xcel Energy and the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel have helped raise about $1 million so far. Fundraising is expected to accelerate once a legislative commi...

New alliance to provide Wi-Fi network for City of Madison

...ilding real-time wireless meter reading networks. Wisconsin utilities now using their services for wireless meter reading services for billing include xcel and We Energies. The company has additional wireless meter reading installations in Jacksonville, Austin and Colorado Springs. Steve Kraus, MG&E sp...

Chippewa Valley reps hope to score at Twin Cities tradeshow

...Bossany, Dunn County EDC; Brian Doudna, Eau Claire Area EDC; Chris Smith, Frank Borg, and Forrest Schultz, University of Wisconsin-Stout; Linda Clark, xcel Energy; Joe Hegge & Hans Mikelson, Chippewa Valley Technical College; Doug Dunham & Marc McEllistrem, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and Dennis Bl...

Utilities help switch on economic development

...omeone to our area, which is very tough to do. xcel Energy and the I-94 corridor Since the early 1990s, Minneapolis-based xcel Energy has promoted economic development through t...utility to partner with the communities it serves, xcel became involved in the early development of busine...
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