Revolver 2015 AGM will take place at Birmingham Town Hall Friday 26th June, at 12.00 as part of the Co-operative Congress. Speakers to be announced. All members and prospective members welcome, please register your attendance with email@example.com
Revolver set to launch new syrups for 2015
Our new range of Syrups have been created by John Taylerson of Malmesbury syrups. We have three 250ml bottles, priced at £2.99 retail on launch; Hazelnut, Vanilla and Caramel. These syrups are produced in the Cotswolds and are aimed at Customers who have tried syrups with coffee in coffee shops and want to reproduce that experience at home. The syrups can be used in a variety of recipes, not limited to coffee. Patrice Garrigues is behind the project, Patrice has been asking us to do this for three years. Distribution will be with AFBlakemore Fine Foods (Formerly Heart). We expect these syrups will be popular as there are few supermarket ready syrups produced in the United Kingdom the market leader is Monin the french food company, who provide the majority of syrups used in catering. For restaurant enquiries, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The London Evening Standard14.01.2015 reports;Death threat: French Muslim coffee shop owner Adel Defilaux Picture: Nigel Howard
A coffee shop owner today vowed he would not back down after receiving death threats for displaying a “Je suis Charlie” sign outside his cafe.
Sorry, that took longer than expected. We don’t have the same resources as Sony, but basically we suffered a catastrophic cyber attack that took out all our sites. We are not blaming North Korea but we got took down by someone. This has affected our Revolver Records, Digital, and Heavy Metal Records sites. So, if you are reading this directed from one of those sites, we are working our way back to getting back on line for all sites.
Meanwhile we are adding new articles now and slowly adding in old articles as a resource. Our thanks go out to Christopher Woods – without his help we wouldn’t be back, and also grateful to the web archive people at http//:web.archive.org – without their resource it would have been difficult to reconstruct the site so comprehensively.
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September 25th, 2014 by Paul (Revolver World)
In light of the continued and escalating violence in Palestine, we are calling for a boycott of food and other products from Israel.
Pleased to say Fairtrade Association Birmingham – FAB has launched its new web site; http://www.fairtradebirmingham.org.uk/ Fairtrade Birmingham is a regional group working with the Fairtrade Foundation (FLO) and those NGO’s interested in sustainability and climate change with a view to lifting people out of poverty, particularly where there is under employment (Defined by the WTO as working excessive hours for less than subsistence income).
Coffee farmers in Tanzania are earning less than $350 a year and have average families of six. Making changes in consumption in favour of those firms helping make a difference is fundamental to trade-justice and Fairtrade Association Birmingham (FAB) are committed to engaging in these issues that affect impoverished producers and consumers alike.
Our AGM will this year be at The Co-operative Home & Living store, Coventry, commencing 10.00 am on Saturday 24th May 2014. All members, customers, suppliers and those interested in becoming members are welcome and there will be opportunities to discuss co-operative issues related to our developing business. We will be announcing our keynote speaker here, details will be updated shortly. If you would like to join us at the AGM or have questions, please call us on 01902 345345 or email email@example.com
AstraZeneca describes itself as a global, innovation-driven biopharmaceutical business that focuses on the discovery, development and commercialisation of prescription medicines, primarily for the treatment of cardiovascular, metabolic, respiratory, inflammation, autoimmune, oncology, infection and neuroscience diseases. AstraZeneca operates in over 100 countries and its innovative medicines are used by millions of patients worldwide.
We searched Monsanto’s website to see what their corporate relationship is with Pfeiser.
Relationships Among Monsanto Company, Pharmacia Corporation, Pfizer Inc., and Solutia Inc.
Prior to Sept. 1, 1997, a corporation that was then known as Monsanto Company (Former Monsanto) operated an agricultural products business (the Ag Business), a pharmaceuticals and nutrition business (the Pharmaceuticals Business) and a chemical products business (the Chemicals Business). Former Monsanto is today known as Pharmacia. Pharmacia is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Pfizer Inc., which together with its subsidiaries operates the Pharmaceuticals Business. Today’s Monsanto includes the operations, assets and liabilities that were previously the Ag Business. Today’s Solutia comprises the operations, assets and liabilities that were previously the Chemicals Business. The following table sets forth a chronology of events that resulted in the formation of Monsanto, Pharmacia and Solutia as three separate and distinct corporations, and it provides a brief background on the relationships among these corporations.
Sept. 1, 1997 •Pharmacia (then known as Monsanto Company) entered into a Distribution Agreement (Distribution Agreement) with Solutia related to the transfer of the operations, assets and liabilities of the Chemicals Business from Pharmacia (then known as Monsanto Company) to Solutia.
•Pursuant to the Distribution Agreement, Solutia assumed and agreed to indemnify Pharmacia (then known as Monsanto Company) for certain liabilities related to the Chemicals Business.
Dec. 19, 1999 •Pharmacia (then known as Monsanto Company) entered into an agreement with Pharmacia & Upjohn, Inc. (PNU) relating to a merger (the Merger).
Feb. 9, 2000 •We were incorporated in Delaware as a wholly owned subsidiary of Pharmacia (then known as Monsanto Company) under the name “Monsanto Ag Company.”
March 31, 2000 •Effective date of the Merger.
•In connection with the Merger, (1) PNU became a wholly owned subsidiary of Pharmacia (then known as Monsanto Company); (2) Pharmacia (then known as Monsanto Company) changed its name from “Monsanto Company” to “Pharmacia Corporation;” and (3) we changed our name from “Monsanto Ag Company” to “Monsanto Company.”
Sept. 1, 2000 •We entered into a Separation Agreement (Separation Agreement) with Pharmacia related to the transfer of the operations, assets and liabilities of the Ag Business from Pharmacia to us.
•Pursuant to the Separation Agreement, we were required to indemnify Pharmacia for any liabilities primarily related to the Ag Business or the Chemicals Business, and for liabilities assumed by Solutia pursuant to the Distribution Agreement, to the extent that Solutia fails to pay, perform or discharge those liabilities.
Oct. 23, 2000 •We completed an initial public offering in which we sold approximately 15 percent of the shares of our common stock to the public. Pharmacia continued to own approximately 85 percent of our common stock.
July 1, 2002 •Pharmacia, Solutia and we amended the Distribution Agreement to provide that Solutia will indemnify us for the same liabilities for which it had agreed to indemnify Pharmacia and to clarify the parties’ rights and obligations.
•Pharmacia and we amended the Separation Agreement to clarify our respective rights and obligations relating to our indemnification obligations.
Aug. 13, 2002 •Pharmacia distributed the shares of our common stock that it owned to its shareowners via a tax-free stock dividend (the Monsanto Spinoff).
•As a result of the Monsanto Spinoff, Pharmacia no longer owns any equity interest in Monsanto.
April 16, 2003 •Pursuant to a merger transaction, Pharmacia became a wholly owned subsidiary of Pfizer.
Dec. 17, 2003 •Solutia and 14 of its U.S. subsidiaries filed a voluntary petition for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. Prior to and following this filing, Monsanto assumed the management of certain tort litigation and environmental obligations in order to protect Pharmacia and itself.
Feb. 28, 2008 •Solutia completed its reorganization. In connection with Solutia’s Plan of Reorganization, Solutia, Pharmacia and Monsanto entered into several agreements under which Monsanto continues to manage and assume financial responsibility for certain tort litigation and environmental remediation related to the Chemicals Business. Additionally, we received cash and stock from Solutia (which we subsequently sold) and various releases, and we exercised our right to designate one member of Solutia’s new board and a consent right with respect to four additional members of Solutia’s new board. These agreements are described in more detail in Monsanto’s Form 8-K, filed March 24, 2008, and Form 10-Q, filed June 27, 2008, File No. 001-16167.
Current •There is no control relationship among Monsanto, Pharmacia, or Solutia. However, the indemnification obligations among the companies and certain service and supply agreements are ongoing.
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