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Grainster's Big Announcement Delayed Until Further Notice

Grainster's Big Announcement Delayed Until Further Notice
Grainster said it will help farmers and grain buyers in an online marketplace. Layne Fortenberry, left, is Grainster’s founder and CEO and Cotton Rohrscheib is COO.

If you were holding your breath to learn what Grainster's “big announcement” was, you'll have to keep waiting.
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AP: Media CEOs Dominate Ranks of Top-Paid Executives

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