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2011-07-22 00:01:00

Paul Rogers has been named COO of CieAura (http://www.CieAura.com). Rogers brings extensive global direct selling industry expertise to CieAura's executive team. Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 21, 2011 CieAura LLC, a direct sales company distributing CieAura Transparent Holographic Chipsâ“ž¢, has announced Paul Rogers as the new Chief Operating Officer of CieAura. Rogers comes to CieAura with more than 20 years of experience and success in the direct selling...

2010-04-26 01:59:00

LIVERPOOL, England, April 26, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Gray Healthcare has confirmed the appointment of Professor Paul Rogers as Director of Clinical Governance. The company, which provides tailored care packages for service users who do not need the security of an inpatient facility but do require support caring for themselves in the community, has appointed Rogers to direct Gray Healthcare on clinical governance. He will also chair the company's clinical governance meetings....

2010-03-09 07:01:00

Paul G. Rogers Distinguished Organization Advocacy Award WASHINGTON, March 9 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- March of Dimes will receive Research!America's 2010 Paul G. Rogers Distinguished Organization Advocacy Award. The award recognizes March of Dimes' decades of successful advocacy for maternal and child health research and services. March of Dimes will be honored March 16, 2010, at the 14th Annual Research!America Advocacy Awards event at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium in Washington,...

2008-10-14 15:15:00

Paul Rogers, who represented the Palm Beach, Fla., area in Congress for 24 years and was best known for his work on healthcare, has died at 87. Relatives told the Palm Beach Post that Rogers passed away Monday in Washington. His brother, Doyle Rogers, a West Palm Beach lawyer, told the newspaper that his brother had recently been operated on for lung cancer. Rogers, a Democrat, first ran for Congress in 1955, when his father, Rep. Dwight Rogers, died in office. He was re-elected 11 times...

2008-09-30 21:00:00

By Paul Rogers Born in the USA? Made in Mexico? Picked in Peru? Cultivated in Canada? Supermarket shoppers, now you know. Starting today, new federal rules take effect requiring all U.S. supermarkets and large food retailers provide labels telling consumers which country a wide variety of food came from. Covered by the new rules: ground beef, chicken, pork, veal, steak, lamb, and goat, along with fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables, macadamia nuts, pecans and peanuts....

2008-09-28 06:00:12

By Paul Rogers It was largely overlooked amid Wall Street's meltdown, but Congress made a major environmental shift this week when lawmakers dropped a 26-year ban on new offshore oil drilling off the Atlantic and Pacific coasts. The vote Wednesday in the House of Representatives -- and in the Senate on Saturday -- dismayed environmentalists and delighted oil companies. Yet experts on all sides of the debate say it will be years -- if ever -- before any new drilling comes to California....

2008-09-08 06:00:11

By Paul Rogers Nearly a year after a Chinese freighter collided with the Bay Bridge, dumping more than 50,000 gallons of bunker fuel into San Francisco Bay, Bay Area lawmakers have succeeded in passing the most sweeping oil spill reforms in California since the Exxon Valdez spill in 1989. Eleven of the 13 oil spill bills introduced in Sacramento this year cleared the Legislature by the Aug. 31 deadline, according to a MediaNews analysis. It remains unclear how many Gov. Arnold...

2008-08-02 12:00:23

By Paul Rogers, San Jose Mercury News, Calif. Aug. 2--Herman Garcia likes steelhead trout. So much so, that most every week, he and his friends can be found sloshing around in creeks across south Santa Clara County, cleaning up trash and rescuing the endangered silvery fish that can reach three feet long. But the 60-year-old Gilroy native is no ordinary environmentalist. Until recently the only green Garcia encountered was the felt on a poker table. And a pile of cash if his luck...

2008-07-22 21:00:34

By Paul Rogers, San Jose Mercury News, Calif. Jul. 22--In Silicon Valley's famous "trees vs. solar panels" battle, the trees have won. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Tuesday signed into law a bill that guarantees if California property owners plant a tree before a neighbor installs solar panels on their roof, then the neighbor can't require the tree to be cut or trimmed back, even if it grows to cast shade on the panels. The bill, SB 1399, written by state Sen. Joe Simitian, D-Palo...

2008-07-08 21:00:24

By Paul Rogers, San Jose Mercury News, Calif. Jul. 8--The Santa Clara Valley Water District today extended the contract of its interim CEO, continuing a relationship in which she will work part-time and receive $432,000 this year by drawing both a state government pension and receiving a salary from the agency. The board voted 7-0 to continue Olga Martin Steele's contract for another six months, until Dec. 31, while it searches for a permanent chief executive. Board members praised...


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  • A bookseller; now, especially, a dealer in rare and curious books.
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