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2014-06-04 12:21:48

LA CROSSE, Wis., June 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- DealerVault, the first ever cloud-based system that allows dealerships to control the distribution of their data, announces Russell Grant has joined its team as VP, DealerVault Brand. "I am thrilled to join the team at DealerVault," said Grant. "I look forward to bringing this revolutionary service to dealers; they will no longer be in the dark about their data. DealerVault will change the way dealership data is syndicated to vendors." A...

2011-05-12 01:30:00

LONDON, May 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- - Expert Astrologer, Russell Grant, Comments on Findings In the run up to Friday 13th, online gaming company Virgin Games (http://www.virgingames.com), has analysed a 50,000 player sample of its database to find the luckiest and unluckiest star signs when it comes to winning money. The data showed that Aquarius, closely followed by Capricorn are the luckiest star signs, while Libra is the unluckiest. Players were defined as 'lucky' by...

2006-08-24 15:23:32

By Martin Roberts TORONTO (Reuters) - Scientists may have demoted Pluto to the rank of a "dwarf planet" on Thursday but astrologers foretell no major changes in the way they read the heavens because of the move. Russell Grant, a British astrologer and best-selling author, said Pluto's planetary demotion was not a surprise after years of discussion and he would not change the charts he uses for his clients or millions of visitors to his Web site. "I personally am shaken not stirred,"...


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