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- 63% of UK population say they choose road trips to enjoy a sense of freedom and adventure * LONDON, July 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- With the eagerly awaited holidays just around
Oliver Wight Americas today announced the availability of a new white paper, Demand Control: An Often Missing Link in the Demand Management Process, by demand planning expert David Holmes with
Oliver Wight Americas, Inc.
Oliver Wight Americas, Inc., the global management consulting firm that pioneered Sales and Operations Planning/Integrated Business Planning and Integrated Supply Chain Planning, is pleased to
The family of a stuntman injured on the British set of the new Harry Potter film says he has vowed to return to work after he recuperates. David Holmes reportedly is unable to move his hands or legs after he hurt his back in a fall while rehearsing a flying stunt last week. The Daily Mirror said he asked his relatives to update his Facebook page as he recovers in the hospital, so people will know he wants to get back to work. David wants to thank everyone for their kind thoughts and wishes.
The 25-year-old stunt man injured this week on the Watford, England, set of the latest Harry Potter film is paralyzed, The Daily Mail reported Friday. Daniel Radcliffe's stunt double, David Holmes, suffered a serious spinal injury Wednesday when he fell to the ground while rehearsing a flying scene, involving an explosion, on the set of Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows at the Leavesden Studios near Watford.
ISMANING, Germany, Oct. 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- SCM Microsystems, Inc. (Prime Standard: SMY), a leading provider of solutions that open the Digital World, today announced the appointment of David Holmes as vice president of the Americas, effective September 15, 2008.
By ANGELA EPSTEIN MORE than half of women suffer a pelvic prolapse as a complication of childbirth. Wendy Bougen, 45, a health spa manager from Cheltenham, had a graft of pig tissue to repair the problem. She talks to ANGELA EPSTEIN about her experience, and her surgeon explains the procedure..
By Jeremy Lovell LONDON (Reuters) - Building work restarted on Wednesday on Oxford University's 20 million pound animal testing centre after a 16 month hiatus caused by animal rights protests.
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