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UC Hub Group Forms Three Operating Subsidiaries
Jan 19, 2011 (04:01 PM EST)
SAN DIEGO, Jan. 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- UC Hub Group (Pink Sheets: UCHB) announced today that the company has formed three operating subsidiaries to better position the company's assets and bolster its corporate structure. The operating subsidiaries are as follows:
James Price, Interim CEO of UC Hub Group, Inc., states, "We have partitioned the company to better focus our time and capital on specific phases of development and also better protect our shareholders from additional market shifts or economic turmoil. We believe that these steps will allow us to move forward with plans to install additional members of our executive team and give us the needed flexibility to apply capital to the areas of the company where it is most needed."
About UC Hub Group
UC Hub Group is a publicly traded company founded in 1999. Its goal is to pursue merger and acquisition opportunities that will bring value to shareholders. It is currently involved in the oil, gemstone and precious metal industries. For additional information about UC Hub Group, please visit www.uchub.net.
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