1992 ICC: A World of Difference
The 1992 International Credit Conference (ICC) will focus on the educational opportunities available to the credit information industry. The theme of ICC for 1992 is 'A World of Difference,' and discussions will, as in previous conferences, center on the effects of change. The Credit Industry Panel, implemented in last year's conference, will again be part of 1992's program of events. In this portion of the program the audience will be allowed to present questions regarding the credit information industry to be addressed by a group of panelists.
Publication Name: Credit World
Subject: Banking, finance and accounting industries
Dangerous crossing: lying, scheming, and conniving to get into public school; the right one, that is
Parents have gone as far as declaring their incompetency and turning their children over to relatives to make their children's residency eligible for a desirable public school. Some schools with shrinking student populations welcome the illegal invaders to avoid closure. In some cases, children have to travel significant distances on public transportation to reach a particular district since they cannot take the regular school bus.
Publication Name: The New York Times Magazine
News in brief: The Granada intrigue continues ...
Granada is holding discussions with Regal Hotel Group regarding the sale of the White Hart Hotel chain. Regal is planning to pay 122 million pounds sterling for the chain of 67 hotels. Granada was formerly negotiating the deal with Forte. It is rumoured that Oriel Leisure has also contacted Granada regarding the sale.
Publication Name: Leisure Opportunities (Supplement to Leisure Management)
Subject: Travel industry