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Relax The Back Announces Record Growth in 2007; Executives Bullish on Specialty Retailer's Prospects for 2008

LA PALMA, Calif., March 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Relax The Back corporation sold a record number of new retail franchises in 2007. Company officials have announced 16 franchised locations were sold last year, and 12 new stores opened. Executives note that 2008 is shaping up to deliver similarly stron...

OMTEC's Opening Keynote Emphasizes Increasing Demand for Orthopaedic Procedures

...e are twice as many people under the age of 40 who will be choosing orthopaedic treatment over the next several decades." Mrs. Engelhardt remains bullish about orthopaedics, but not unrealistic. She admits, "We've seen some slowdown in capital equipment purchases, and hospital admissions have fallen in ...

Although the Health Care Market is Recession-Resistant, It Is Not Recession-Immune, According to Millennium Research Group's Medtech Economic Quarterly Publication

...ers in medtech, suggests that there is some reason for optimism. Many market players, based on preliminary 2009 MCI data, are cautiously feeling more bullish about the medtech industry's short-term prospects. Overall, however, general sentiment remains highly negative, and thus the relative optimism should ...

Dendreon Corp. (Nasdaq: DNDN) - Prostate Cancer Patients Benefit

...several trading sessions. From a technical POV, DNDN has traded down to close the gap it posted on the opening on April 14. This is very positive and bullish action. When we go back to look at the Stock Talk coverage, the Red Roadmaster's analysis after the April 14, 2009 market action was overall...

No Bailout Needed: Long Term Care Insurance Leader Declares Dividend, Plans Strong 2009 Growth

...year. "We can do it because business is great," says Cameron Truesdell, CEO. "Year to date, sales are up 25% over the same period last year, and we're bullish on the rest of 2009." *(PHOTO 72dpi: Send2Press.com/mediaboom/08-0505-LTCTruesdell_72dpi.jpg) *(Photo Caption: LTC Financial CEO Cameron Tru...

Zimmer Presents Trabecular Metal Technology Experience at AAOS Annual Meeting

...w Trabecular Metal Glenoid, the only glenoid component with Zimmer's exclusive porous technology for biological fixation. "We're bullish about our industry and are confident surgeons will continue to embrace Zimmer's unique technology platforms," said Mr. Dvorak. "Zimmer remains focus...

Cord Blood America CEO Announces Aggressive Acquisition Strategy, Increased Investor Relations Efforts, New Stem Cell Storage Models

...metic use, and a brand new stem cell storage model with a partner in the industry for families utilizing fertility clinics. "Management remains very bullish on these strategies, the future of the Company, and our ability to increase our market cap," Mr. Schissler said. About Cord Blood America Cord Blo...

Metropolis Health Plans Middle East hub in Dubai

...t only this but all the other four hospitals planned. Two other hospitals will become operational in Dubai within two years," said Velu. "We are bullish about prospects in the Middle East and Africa, and are in talks with hospitals in South Africa. We are also studying several opportunities in Britain,...
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Leaderless movement proves illusive

...ded decades to their sentences. Many in the environmentalist community have described Luers and others sentences as draconian, and have decried the bullish surveillance and investigative practices of state agencies such as the FBI. To them, we are in a time of the green scare says Joossean allusion to th...
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Venture Capitalists Bullish on Greentech and Biotech, KPMG Study Says

China and India remain hot, as VCs face more competition from private equity and hedge funds NEW YORK, Jan. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Venture capitalists will largely direct their investments to the greentech and biotech industries in the coming year, while China and India re...

Survey Sees Mass. CEOs as Bullish on Own Businesses

High Expectations for Biotech Plan LOWELL, Mass., Oct. 11 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- More than half of Massachusetts CEOs are somewhat optimistic about their own companies, but are concerned about the current state and national economies, according to a new statewide poll of 500 CEOs release...

Visions: Carbone bullish on Wisconsin venture capital

Carbone Baird Venture Partners , the U.S. venture fund of the Baird Private Equity platform, has followed up on its presence in China by partnering with the Indian investment and advisory firm Tholons, Inc. , to serve portfolio companies as they establish a foothold in the Indian market. In t...

Biotech Survives Market Turbulence in November

...00 million initial public offering and its decision to be acquired provided a major premium for the company's investors. "The environment for M&A is bullish right now... so much so that biotech's are planting 'for sale' signs on their lots," Burrill explained. "Following Biogen Idec, which put itself up fo...

Wisconsin Manufacturing and the Machinery for Change

...t shipping may be unavailable at any cost. In addition, U.S. companies are finally starting to put inventory back into their inventory. While these bullish domestic trends are important precursors to a rebirth of Wisconsin manufacturing, I think it is worth discussing some of the ongoing challenges facing...

Biotech 2004: Cautious optimism

...th headquarters in Minneapolis but a strong vantage point from New York. 3. William Blair and Robert Baird from Chicago. All seemed cautiously bullish about the sector for 2004. Part of this is due to the unfolding of the 2004 biotech IPO market, which is in process. Still, there is a scent of biotec...

Entrepreneurial Profile: Kelly Henrickson, founder of Prodesse, Inc.

.... So Henrickson turned to the Small Business Administration (SBA), which helped him guarantee additional bank loans. Henrickson continued to feel bullish about his company's future, but he was starting to become uncomfortable with the level of debt he had assumed. "Even though the company was growing, I...

Competition for stem cell research is fierce

...arch in humans is able to solve many problems of disease, disabilities and birth defects, as well as basic questions about human development. While bullish on Wisconsins position in stem-cell research, noting its pioneering position in stem cells, Cezar said there is fiercely competitive environment in t...

Caden Biosciences may signal critical mass

...imbleGen , invests in early-stage companies with proof-of-concept and plans to market drug discovery and diagnostic tools and services. "I'm really bullish on the Madison community," Shagory said. "There is a density of technology and people, and the reality is that Madison is head and shoulders above oth...

Economic outlook for 2007, and still clueless on Apple

... views with some people that lost their jobs at Motorola several years ago. If you look at this from another perspective, you would say that he is not bullish on investing in America. If everyone follows Froehlich's investment strategy, attendees asked, how do we fuel our own future growth? I did not ha...
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