Shop owner faces arson charges
- Arson charge for soft furnishings retailer. // Home Furnishings;Nov/Dec98, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p7
Reports on the arrest of Richard Caddick, owner of a soft furnishings and floorcoverings shop in Hexham, England, on charges of arson and fraud. Details surrounding the arson allegation; Caddick's investment in Cascade Upholstery weeks before its manager was gunned down at his desk.
- Tough times and rough tactics. Wesphal, Linda // Cabinet Maker;07/24/98, Issue 5098, p1
Opinion. Focuses on the murder of upholstery manufacturer Stephen Sweeney. Suspect in the murder; Possible motivation for the murder.
- Murder of upholstery boss could be industry revenge killing say police. Goodwin, Cliff // Cabinet Maker;07/24/98, Issue 5098, p2
Reports on the murder of upholstery manufacturer Stephen Sweeney. Suspect in the murder; Possible motivation for the murder; Initial results of investigation of the murder.
- Police appeal for help on Gateshead death. // Cabinet Maker;08/28/98, Issue 5103, p2
Describes a man involved in the murder of British upholstery firm md Stephen Sweeney. Shooting of Sweeney in Gateshead, England; Contact information for the Northumbria Police investigating the murder.
- Moving forward on business bills. BURD, JOSHUA // njbiz;7/15/2013, p10
The article reports that New Jersey Senate President Stephen Sweeney has announced that he will end the blockade of Republican-sponsored measures, including bills that are relevant to the state's business community.
- Sweeney: A.C. is not going to be Detroit. George, Andrew // njbiz;11/25/2013, Vol. 26 Issue 46, p3
The article reports that New Jersey Senate President Stephen Sweeney said that Atlantic City, New Jersey is not likely to file for bankruptcy despite the recent downgrade by credit rating agency Moody's.
- QUOTE MARKS. // njbiz;2/20/2012, Vol. 25 Issue 8, p13
The article presents quotes from Anthony Catanoso, Steel Pier owner on the cancelation of the Diving Horse Act, the plan to override on the subject of gay marriage by Senate President Stephen Sweeney, and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie on taking swift action on the bill on gay marriage.
- FACE TIME: JUDICIOUS. // njbiz;6/16/2014, Vol. 27 Issue 24, p11
The article cites a deal made by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie with Senate President Stephen Sweeney where the state Senate finally scheduled hearings for 2 of his Supreme Court nominations namely Stuart Rabner and Lee Solomon.
- Sweeney creditors will get nothing. // Cabinet Maker;02/05/99, Issue 5124, p3
Reports that the creditors owed by murdered upholstery executive Stephen Sweeney and his failed firm Gateshead have been warned by the British Trade and Industry Department that they would not be paid. Lack of assets left.