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The capital from Finance Birmingham has created 12 jobs and secured a further 56 at the company and follows last week's news that it had backed Erdington-based design agency Green Room to recruit 40 more staff.
Following last week's news that the UK's level of economic activity was returning to pre-financial crisis levels, the CBI released a prediction that interest rates would rise at the start of 2015.
Last week's news of a girl of 12 giviing birth was a jaw-dropping lesson for all parents of secondary school children.
The announcement about the encyclopedia, on the day website Pottermore opened to all comers, follow last week's news that she will publish adult novel The Casual Vacancy this autumn.
Its lobster campaign is the first brand activity from the company following last week's news that directors Nick Hurst and Jonty White--who took the brand nationwide--had sold their shares to existing investors.
AdCare didn't specifically name the Stone County facilities in last week's news release.
It says much about Nokia's decline that last week's news of the Finnish firm being overtaken by Apple as the largest handset vendor barely raised a murmur in the tech world.
Last week's news was another nail in their coffin and long may that continue.