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2010-11-18 16:54:00

AUBURN, Ala., Nov. 18, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The SUBWAY® restaurant at 1550 Opelika Highway is one of the restaurants where SUBWAY® Chief Development Officer Don Fertman worked undercover as "John Wilson" while filming an episode of the hit CBS television program, Undercover Boss. While there, Don worked with the store manager Sherri Easley, whose reputation for providing great customer service is reinforced by the fact that folks around Auburn refer to...

2009-02-22 14:21:18

A Pennsylvania man called 911 to inform authorities he was too drunk to drive and was pulling his car over as a precaution, state police allege. An unidentified state police trooper said in a report that John Wilson, 26, of Knox, was arrested in the parking lot of a gas station in Sligo at 12:45 a.m. Saturday, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported. (Mr.Wilson) related that he had left the bar and was on his way home when he realized he was too drunk to make it home, the state trooper alleged....

2008-12-01 13:24:00

RALEIGH, N.C., Dec. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Three IT industry veterans, with over 70 years of experience between them, have joined GFI's executive management team. The appointments are being made in line with GFI's strategy to boost growth of the company, to improve services to customers and to further develop GFI's award-winning product line. Commenting on the appointments, GFI's CEO Walter Scott said: "Dave, Phil and John have the breadth of experience that will allow us to take GFI to...

2008-11-14 15:00:19

American Medical Response (AMR) of Las Vegas today received a 10-day notice of strike from the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local #1107, just two weeks after its contract expired. John Wilson, AMR General Manager, said, "This is an over-reaction by the union. We are, quite frankly, stunned by the union's actions. Our contract just expired two weeks ago." The union has notified AMR that employees will strike beginning Friday, November 28, at 6:00 a.m. PST. Talks between...

2008-10-13 03:00:31

By Dennison, Mike HELENA - If regulators think NorthWestern Energy's Montana customers should buy a long-term chunk of electricity from the Colstrip 4 power plant, it should be at a much lower price than that offered by the company, a consumer witness testified Friday. John Wilson, an economist hired by the Montana Consumer Counsel, said a fair price is probably closer to $250 million, instead of the $407 million proposed by NorthWestern. "They should get a fair return on their...


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