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Aluminum Casting & Engineering, which produces high-run automotive castings, will now be operated as Diversified Machine Milwaukee LLC.
Robert Kuok, Malaysia, diversified, $7 billion; 29.
We are very enthusiastic about working with Liberty Diversified Holdings, Inc.
In most cases, these companies are offering a 401(a) defined contribution plan such as a money purchase plan funded with matching contributions to a 401(k) plan not only to help contain the risk inherent in defined benefit plans, but because they remain committed to help fund their employees' retirement benefits," said Patrick Kendall, vice president and national practice leader of defined benefit and 401(k) markets at Diversified Investment Advisors, Inc.
Ryan joins Diversified from MassMutual where he spent the last 30 years.
We expect these numbers to increase given the recent passage of the Pension Protection Act of 2006, which both clarifies the rules and offers incentives to employers to implement automatic features within their employee retirement plans," said David Ray, the not-for-profit practice leader at Diversified.
With the addition of the entertainment exposure, product development, and marketing that we are adding with our acquisition of Diversified Entertainment we are now able to launch our Team Assistance Program on a national basis.
The AHA Diversified Equity Fund is a multi-manager fund that combines a conservative "core" manager with a concentrated "alpha" manager in an effort to obtain higher returns with overall lower risk.
Floyd Butterfield, the award winning ethanol engineer who was one of the pioneers of 24-hour ethanol production, contributed the plant for the cost of "scrap metal", in part of a deal which makes Butterfield the Chief Engineer of Diversified Ethanol, a division of James Monroe Capital.
CHICAGO -- Diversified Ethanol a division of James Monroe Capital Corporation (Pink Sheets: JMCP) has successfully used cheap, ultrasonic energy to break down corn--cold, which can result in ethanol plants using 20% less corn to get the same amount of sugars, and continues patent process, and refined processes with engineering companies who have patents on special new high-power ultrasonic devices.

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