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Even without wins, KU football shows home improvement


Even without wins, KU football shows home improvement

Even without wins, KU football shows home improvement
News from Kansas City Star:


The Kansas City Star

The Kansas City Star

Updated: 2012-10-30T22:26:12Z

Lawrence Peart

Kansas running back Tony Pierson evades Texas safety Quandre Diggs during the second half of NCAA football game, Saturday, Oct. 27,2 012, in Lawrence, Kansas. (AP Photo/The Daily Texan, Lawrence Peart)

In Charlie Weis’ first season at Kansas, the Jayhawks might as well be college football’s version of the Rorschach Test — the famed inkblot exam where subjects are shown a series of amorphous and vague figures and asked for their interpretation…………… continues on Kansas City Star

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Aussie home improvement chain eyes NZ
News from Stuff.co.nz:

Australian hardware chain Masters Home Improvement has set its sights on New Zealand – but the company today played down any immediate plans to jump the Tasman.

Owned by Australian retail giant Woolworths and United States hardware chain Lowe’s, Masters was today reported to have created a New Zealand subsidiary for its new home improvement business to allow possible expansion on this side of the ditch.

It would face stiff competition from existing rivals, Mitre 10, the Kiwi co-operative DIY chain, Aussie competitor Bunnings, and Fletchers’-owned Placemakers.

However Claire Kimball, group manager of corporate communications at Woolworths in Australia, downplayed any imminent plans for the Masters business on this side of the Tasman.

“In short, there are no current plans to develop Masters in New Zealand,” she said. “We have registered the company name in the event that it becomes an option in the future.”

The New Zealand Companies Office shows Masters Home Improvement New Zealand was incorporated in June 2011 and gives its head office as 80 Favona Street, Mangere, Auckland, the headquarters of Woolworths subsidiary Progressive Enterprises, operator of the Countdown supermarkets in New Zealand.

The sole shareholder is Hydrox Holdings Pty which is sited at the same New South Wales headquarters of the head office o…………… continues on Stuff.co.nz

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