US: RushNet regains control of Apple Rush

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 10 January 2007

US functional drinks specialist RushNet has renegotiated control of Apple Rush, with the new structure giving it 51% ownership of the new Apple Rush Co.

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US functional drinks specialist RushNet has renegotiated control of Apple Rush, with the new structure giving it 51% ownership of the new Apple Rush Co.

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