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Saturday, October 14, 2006

CCG Publisher & CEO one of Maryland's Top 100 Minority Business Enterprise Awardees

The Maryland Governor's Office of Minority Affairs has released names of the state's top 100 business enterprise award recipients, listing Career Communications Group's Publisher & CEO Dr. Tyrone D. Taborn (h.c), among one hundred entrepreneurs selected from thousands of Maryland's minority and women business owners as recipients of the State's first annual Top 100 Minority Business Enterprise Awards. These exceptional individuals are being recognized for their outstanding achievement in business development, client satisfaction, professional affiliations and community involvement http://www.topmbe.com


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Monday, October 09, 2006

Dell to Expand Central Texas Engineering Employment by 500

Dell plans to hire an additional 500 engineers to work in its Central Texas product development operations as part of its dedication to providing customers the broadest and best product and services portfolio available, the company announced today. Dell will begin hiring immediately. Individuals interested in Dell’s new product development positions in Central Texas may get additional information and apply at: www.dell.com/careers.


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