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Welcome to the Morning Wire for Monday, April 19th.
I'm Amanda Powell.
IceWEB is expanding its global footprint. The unified data storage provider says one
of its premiere partners has received a contract from a prominent International Development
Organization. IceWEB adds that the flexibility of its storage
system makes it easy to attract new customers. IceWEB is moving on the bulletin boards as
Uranium International has a new President this morning.
Rahim Jivraj will also join the company's board of directors.
He's been an entrepreneur for over ten years and has assisted various private and public
entities as a corporate advisor. Jivraj was also President and Director of
Mainland Resources for about six months between 2007 and 2008.
Uranium International trades the bulletin boards as URNI.OB.
PureSpectrum is launching its first LED product. The company says the PAR38 will run for 30,000
hours and puts out the same amount of light as a traditional 75-watt bulb.
The PAR38 only consumes nine watts of power by combining the power of 42 light emitting
diodes. The light can also be used indoors and out.
PureSpectrum is on the bulletin boards as PSRU.OB.
Lenox Wealth Management is getting ready to pay its shareholders.
The company just announced a dividend of 21 cents a share.
The money will be paid to every shareholder on record as of April 30.
The dividend will be payable in about a month on May 14, 2010.
Lenox is moving on the Pink Sheets as LNXW.PK.
I'm Amanda Powell and that's the Morning Wire. We'll continue bringing you the latest small
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