`HAVING TOO MUCH FUN TO SELL': PRINCE'S HEART IS IN TEXAS
- Mini-interview: Prince eyes hospital market. // FoodService Director;1/15/97, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p24
Presents an interview with Steve Caudle, vice president of operations at Prince Food Systems Inc. Number of accounts; Gross annual sales; Decision to shift toward more hospital contracts.
- Mad or manipulated? Fisher, Liz // Accountancy;Sep95, Vol. 116 Issue 1225, p30
Features John Arnold, director at Manchester Business School. Election as president of the University of Manchester in 1991; Involvement with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales; View on accounting firms.
- Sparrows. ARNOLD, JOHN // North (0269-9885);2013, Issue 52, p25
The poem "Sparrows" by John Arnold is presented. First Line: Beyond the office window, Last Line: now reconciled with night.
- CELOTEX PREPARES FOR CHANGE WITH NEW TEAM. // Urethanes Technology International;Jun/Jul2007, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p12
The article announces that insulation product specialist Celotex Ltd. has appointed John Arnold as its operations director.
- Arizona Eyes COPs to Fund School Construction Projects. Williamson, Richard // Bond Buyer;5/30/2002, Vol. 340 Issue 31397, p40
Reports the plans of state budget director John Arnold on COP issues in Arizona. Study on lease-purchase deals by Arnold; Use of COP issues for financing school projects; Amount of the COP issues.
- White man executed in South Carolina for torture-slaying of black woman. // Jet;03/30/98, Vol. 93 Issue 18, p46
Reports that John Arnold has been executed by lethal injection in South Carolina for the torture-slaying of Betty Gardner. Details of the racist overtones of the crime.
- The Quarry Owner. Arnold, John // Obsessed with Pipework;Autumn2012, Issue 60, p30
The poem "The Quarry Owner," by John Arnold is presented. First Line: Hands thrust in pockets, jingling change, Last Line: evaporating into mist.
- The Red Horses. Arnold, John // Obsessed with Pipework;Autumn2012, Issue 60, p31
The poem "The Red Horses," by John Arnold is presented. First Line: The velvet dusk breathes; Last Line: this dumb sweet joy of being.
- Snow in Flanders. Arnold, John // Acumen;Jan2014, Issue 78, p24
The poem "Snow in Flanders," by John Arnold is presented. First Line: I've tried so long; Last Line: dissolving in that vast night sky.