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2011-10-15 07:00:00

FSB FisherBroyles continues its rapid growth in our challenging economy with the expansion of its federal contracts practice. Washington, DC (PRWEB) October 15, 2011 FSB FisherBroyles continues its rapid growth in our challenging economy with the expansion of its federal contracts legal practice. The law firm has expanded services to federal contractors in contracts compliance, federal contract litigation and fraud, debarment and qui tam legal services. The firm also provides legal advice...

2011-05-02 07:10:00

ATLANTA, May 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- FSB's Next Generation Law Firm(TM) model continues to prove to be just what the market needs and wants. While most law firms are just trying to maintain "status quo," FSB has been named one of Atlanta's 50 Fastest-Growing Private Companies. For 15 years, the Atlanta Business Chronicle has recognized Atlanta's Fastest-Growing companies with its Pacesetter Awards, but FSB is the first and only law firm to ever receive the honor. The awards honor companies...

2009-07-14 12:23:00

LAKEWOOD, Colo., July 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Mesa Laboratories, Inc. (Nasdaq: MLAB) announced today that it has been named to the Fortune Small Business Magazine's (FSB) annual list of the 100 fastest-growing, publicly held small companies in the U.S. Every year the editors of FSB analyze public companies with annual revenues of less than $200 million and rank them based on growth in revenues and stock performance over the past three years. This is the second year that Mesa Labs...

2008-08-14 09:00:07

The Russian FSB has given details of the exposure and arrest of what it describes as a network of Georgian intelligence agents operating on Russian territory. A report on a military website tells of a Georgian intelligence agent who bought a caf in Vladikavkaz where he acquired information of a military-political nature from acquaintances. Some agents were instructed to film strategic facilities in South Ossetia and other parts of the South Federal District and were given monetary rewards for...

2006-04-04 02:09:21

MOSCOW (Reuters) - An American and a Briton, who said they were traveling from South America to Britain, have been detained by Russian border guards after crossing the Bering Strait, Russian news agencies reported on Tuesday. The travelers, whose names were not given, were detained on April 1 in the remote northern peninsula of Chukotka after crossing from Alaska. "The two foreigners were spotted and detained by border guards," said Andrei Orlov, a spokesman for the North-Eastern...

2006-03-01 04:13:23

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Two officers with Russia's state security service (FSB) were wounded on Wednesday when a stun grenade was triggered accidentally in their office, Interfax news agency quoted officials as saying. The blast occurred at the FSB's local headquarters in Nizhny Novgorod, north east of Moscow, reports said. The lives of those wounded were not in danger. The FSB, a successor organization to the Soviet KGB, could not immediately be reached for comment.

2006-01-27 06:20:45

By Oliver Bullough MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian human rights groups said on Friday Kremlin allegations that they are funded by British spies revived painful memories of Soviet-era smear campaigns. In a joint statement, they said the charges by the FSB state security service were utterly false. One activist whose group was named as having accepted money from British agents threatened to sue state television for airing the allegations. According to the TV program, aired on Sunday,...

2006-01-26 12:05:03

MOSCOW (Reuters) - A fake stone alleged to have been used by British spies to communicate with Moscow agents was a "wonder" of technology that cost tens of millions of pounds (dollars), Russia's FSB security service said on Thursday. FSB spokesman Sergei Ignatchenko praised the high-tech spy stone, which would look at home in a James Bond film, and listed its extraordinary qualities. The stone was revealed by the FSB on Sunday in a television program that apparently showed four...

2006-01-26 12:05:00

MOSCOW (Reuters) - A fake stone alleged to have been used by British spies to communicate with Moscow agents was a "wonder" of technology that cost tens of millions of pounds (dollars), Russia's FSB security service said on Thursday. FSB spokesman Sergei Ignatchenko praised the high-tech spy stone, which would look at home in a James Bond film, and listed its extraordinary qualities. The stone was revealed by the FSB on Sunday in a television program that apparently showed four British spies...


Word of the Day
endocarp
  • The hard inner (usually woody) layer of the pericarp of some fruits (as peaches or plums or cherries or olives) that contains the seed.
This word comes from the Greek 'endon,' in, within, plus the Greek 'kardia,' heart.
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