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Monday, January 31, 2005

News in brief

Lecturers at the University of Michigan are complaining that the school is not honoring commitments it made to them in a contract last spring.

A politician who signs a formal contract promising not to raise taxes can't be liable for breach, says an Ontario court, because anyone who believes a politician is "naive."

Contract talks may resume shortly between National Hockey League clubs and the players who have been locked out since opening day.

India's Congruent Solutions has become the first company to ink a deal to provide overseas back-end support services to a U.S. retirement fund firm.

Humboldt County (Ca.)--"the southern gateway to the Pacific Northwest"--wants to become a digital media center, and has awarded a $20,000 contract to Humboldt State University to investigate the possibility.

GE awards a $5 billion "lifetime" contract for engine parts to Aviall, Inc.

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