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BlueInGreen Announces North American Sales Expansion

BlueInGreen Announces North American Sales Expansion
BlueInGreen CEO Clete Brewer

Water treatment startup BlueInGreen of Fayetteville is expanding its North American sales presence with partnerships that will help make its products more readily available in Atlantic Canada, Texas and Virginia.
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ADFA Invests $5M in Atlanta's Noro-Moseley Partners, Early Investor in Acumen Brands

Noro-Moseley is a venture-capital fund that has been increasing its activity in Arkansas. In 2010, it invested $3.5 million in Fayetteville's Acumen Brands.
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Acxiom, Twitter Expand Partnership

Acxiom Corp. of Little Rock said Thursday that it has expanded its partnership with global microblogging giant Twitter Inc. of San Francisco.
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