Ceo Joseph Pandolfino Of 22nd Century Group To Be Interviewed Live On Clear Channel Business Talk Radio — October 16, 2014 — 8am Et – Yahoo Finance

( NYSE MKT : XXII ) CEO Joseph Pandolfino will be interviewed live on Thursday, Oct 16th at 8am EDT by host Michael Yorba streamed globally on iHeart Radio. 22nd Century Group is a leading plant biotechnology company focused on tobacco harm reduction products produced from modifying the nicotine content in tobacco plants and the development of novel, cannabis plant varieties — all through genetic engineering and plant breeding. In this exclusive two-segment interview, Mr. Pandolfino will talk about the company’s proprietary technology that allows (i) the level of nicotine in the tobacco plant to be decreased or increased and (ii) the levels of cannabinoids to be decreased or increased in addition to the cannabinoid profile being tailored. We encourage shareholders, analysts, industry professionals and all interested parties to tune in and listen via Clear Channel’s nationally syndicated iHeart Radio stream. Date: October 16, 2014 Start Time: 8:00am EDT | 5:00am PDT | 7:00am CDT (U.S.) Network: Clear Channel- iHeart Media KFXR Show: The Traders Network Host: Michael Yorba Live iHeart Radio Stream: http://www.iheart.com/live/4276/?autoplay=true About Clear Channel: Clear Channel’s Media and Entertainment division has the largest reach of any radio or television outlet in America with 243 million monthly listeners. It serves 150 cities through 850 owned radio stations in the U.S., as well as more than 140 stations in New Zealand and Australia.
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GOJO Shares Its Message Of Sustainable Ways Of Working At Flourish & Prosper: The Third Global Forum For Business As An Agent Of World Benefit – Yahoo Finance

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At GOJO, we flourish through working together as a team to consistently deliver product innovation and industry thought leadership in alignment with our values.” GOJO made many sustainability advancements in 2013 including: Generated a 35 percent improvement in hand hygiene delivered in equivalent uses relative to the 2010 per-use rate, Promoted public health through collaborations to deliver products to regions with extreme needs Established its first generation sustainable chemistry and packaging policies to guide sustainable design thinking and decisions to drive continuous improvements to the product portfolio. GOJO also celebrated reaching its 2015 sustainability goals to reduce water use, solid waste generation, and greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) a year early. The company’s commitment to work in more sustainable ways resulted in the reduction of water usage by 40 percent between 2010 and 2013, reduction of solid waste generated by 36 percent and reduction of GHG by 46 percent. Previously, GOJO launched the industry’s first green certified soap in 2006. In 2010, it launched PURELL Green Certified Instant Hand Sanitizer, which became the world’s first green certified hand sanitizer. GOJO makes available the world’s largest complete portfolio of highly effective, green certified soaps and sanitizers certified by EcoLogo North America’s most respected third-party environmental standard and certification mark, and USDA Biobased certification along with these additional innovations: The development of comprehensive hand hygiene solutions that are scientifically proven to reduce infections in hospitals and absenteeism in schools and workplaces, combined with communication tools to promote effective hand hygiene practices. Dispenser design through Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), a “cradle to grave” approach to making design decisions that enhance the sustainability profile of our products from material selection to end-of-life recyclability Touch-free dispensing with smart electronics engineered to optimize energy efficiency and extend battery life, eliminating the need to change batteries during the life of the dispenser in most installations Source reduction through sealed PET refill bottles that use 30 percent less material than traditional HDPE bottles and recycle easily, preserving resources without compromise to the bottles’ integrity and durability Kanfer Rolnick is participating in the CEO Panel during the Forum, and GOJO President and Chief Operating Officer Mark Lerner will take part in an interactive workshop that takes a closer look at influential mid-size companies.
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