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PageNet, also known as Paging Network, Inc., was founded in 1981 by entrepreneur George Perrin and ceased in 1999.. The company grew to become the largest wireless messaging company in the world, with more than 10 million pagers in service, and $1 billion in revenues, before the paging industry's rapid decline in the late 1990s.
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Leslie E. Robertson (Worthington, Skilling, Helle, and Jackson) The original Two World Trade Center (also known as the South Tower, Tower 2, Building Two, or 2 WTC) was one of the Twin Towers in the original World Trade Center in New York City. The Tower was completed and opened in 1973 at a height of 415 meters (1,362 ft) to the roof ...
A pager (also known as a beeper, bleeper or pocket bell) is a wireless telecommunications device that receives and displays alphanumeric or voice messages. One-way pagers can only receive messages, while response pagers and two-way pagers can also acknowledge, reply to and originate messages using an internal transmitter.
Andrew Sznajder (pronounced: shnigh-der) (born 25 May 1967) is a Canadian former professional tour tennis player. Sznajder achieved a career-high singles ranking of World No. 46 in September 1989. This was the highest any Canadian male was ranked in singles by the ATP until Greg Rusedski made it to No. 41 (before becoming a British citizen ...
The ADT Championship was a women's professional golf tournament on the U.S.-based LPGA Tour.The season-ending event on the tour, it became the LPGA Playoffs at The ADT from 2006 through 2008.
1998 LPGA Tour. The 1998 LPGA Tour was the 49th season since the LPGA Tour officially began in 1950. The season ran from January 16 to November 22. The season consisted of 36 official money events. Se Ri Pak and Annika Sörenstam won the most tournaments, four each. Annika Sörenstam led the money list with earnings of $1,092,748.