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Market Watch
Marathon Oil CFO to depart for personal reasonswasn’t related to any disagreement with the company and was unrelated to other
Marathon Oil CFO to depart for personal reasons
Market Watch / Posted 6 days ago
wasn’t related to any disagreement with the company and was unrelated to other organizational changes detailed on Monday. Pat Wagner has been named interim CFO, effective immediately, as the company conducts a search for Sult’s successor. The... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Around the towns, August 21, 2016including W.L. Thacher, Cyrus C. Carpenter and Galusha A. Grow, ‘Father of the
Around the towns, August 21, 2016
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
including W.L. Thacher, Cyrus C. Carpenter and Galusha A. Grow, ‘Father of the Homestead Act,’ ” historical society member Pat Wagner said in a release, adding that “people curious about the Civil War era will be interested in examining other... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
State power hinges on House racesto devastating cuts to social service programs and higher education means curre
State power hinges on House races
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 27 days ago
to devastating cuts to social service programs and higher education means current officeholders can be more vulnerable. Pat Wagner, 76, an employee at Love Book Store in Kankakee, said everyone in office is to blame for the state's mess. "It's... Read more
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Northwest Herald
House races key to Illinois political power struggleto devastating cuts to social service programs and higher education means curre
House races key to Illinois political power struggle
Northwest Herald / Posted 27 days ago
to devastating cuts to social service programs and higher education means current officeholders can be more vulnerable. Pat Wagner, 76, an employee at Love Book Store in Kankakee, said everyone in office is to blame for the state’s mess. “It’s... Read more
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28d
Daily Chronicle
House races key to Illinois political power struggleto devastating cuts to social service programs and higher education means curre
House races key to Illinois political power struggle
Daily Chronicle / Posted 28 days ago
to devastating cuts to social service programs and higher education means current officeholders can be more vulnerable. Pat Wagner, 76, an employee at Love Book Store in Kankakee, said everyone in office is to blame for the state’s mess. “It’s... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
House races become key to Illinois' political power struggleto devastating cuts to social service programs and higher education means curre
House races become key to Illinois' political power struggle
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 28 days ago
to devastating cuts to social service programs and higher education means current officeholders can be more vulnerable. Pat Wagner, 76, an employee at Love Book Store in Kankakee, said everyone in office is to blame for the state's mess. "It's... Read more
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