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Ship Finance International Limited Management Discusses Q2 2013 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

Think Finance Named to Inc. 500|5000 List of Fastest-Growing Companies for Fourth Year in a Row

These vessels will be built to very high specifications, including high reefer capacity and the latest in eco-design features. As a consequence, our vessels will be best-in-class in terms of consumption and can be operated efficiently in a wide range of speeds, providing a lot of flexibility for container lines. The 9,000 to 10,000 teu class is regarded as the new Panamax size. And while even bigger vessels can traverse the new extended canal from 2015 onwards, this size will have more flexibility in container ports with size and depth restrictions. We have not yet chartered the vessels, but have initiated dialogue with some potential charterers and expect to fix the vessels well before delivery from the shipyard.

For more information, visit www.inc.com . About Think Finance Think Finance develops online financial products that bridge the gap between payday loans and credit cards. Using our technology and analytics platform, Think Finance and the lenders we work with have provided over $3.5 billion in credit to 1.5 million consumers in the U.S. and abroad and have saved customers over $1 billion compared to payday loans.

Silvia ordered to pay $20,000 for campaign finance violations

OCPF said the use of Matareses money from the account represents an excess contribution above the $500 annually as allowed under state law. In a deposition from Matarese, she informed the OCPF that she considered the money in the account as much Silvias money as her funds. Of the $25,800, the committee only disclosed $11,600 on campaign finance reports. Silvias campaign committee also intentionally disclosed $7,400 in campaign contributions from people who didnt actually make the donations to his campaign, deposited checks from contributors totaling $1,125 but failed to disclose the money on a campaign report, and deposited approximately $4,000 in cash with contributor information.

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