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Finding that I must assume responsibility for these creatures, whether I would or not, I made the best of it and directed them to find quarters on the upper floors, leaving the third floor to me.
Two new functions will be established under the Group Services Department Risk Management and Legal, and a new assurance department which will assume responsibility for all internal quality and standards issues
Also, the company will assume responsibility for the publication of "Journal of Earthquake Engineering" beginning in January.
Yanda will assume responsibility for Lakeside's ales, customer services and quality assurance functions.
In another change, Bruce Byrnes, vice chair of the board-P&G Household Care, in addition to his current responsibilities, will assume responsibility for the baby care, family care and pet health and nutrition businesses that previously reported to Mr.
CPAs who sign an attest report or assume responsibility for a financial reporting engagement are required to complete 24 hours of accounting and auditing CPE for each 3-year reporting cycle.
In addition, Bio-Rad will assume responsibility for ongoing patent infringement litigation against MJ Research by Applied Biosystems and Roche Molecular Systems.
Keane will assume responsibility for Nordson's powder, liquid and container equipment businesses.
Questioning the assumption that other hospitals will assume responsibility for uninsured patients, nurse Rudy Mamaril said a man last week was transferred to High Desert after waiting 2 1/2 days in the emergency room for an acute intensive care unit bed at Antelope Valley Hospital.
In her new position, Rivera will assume responsibility for all aspects of Ace INA's commercial retail insurance operations.
Lynn Fox, Assistant to the Board, will assume responsibility for coordinating projects under way within the Office of Board Members and the Office of Staff Director for Management related to internal communications, Board publications, and recruitment.
Some changes include: Steve Hawkins, formerly president and COO, has resigned to pursue other business interests; Murray Robinson, vice chairman and chief executive officer of Delta and Pine Land Company, will be assuming the additional position of president; Tom Jagodinski, senior vice president and CFO, will assume responsibility for corporate services in addition to his current responsibilities; Randy Dismuke, senior vice president, has assumed responsibility for all domestic operations; John Stewart, vice president, international, continues in his role as director of international operations.