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(New page: Amy Finegold, owner of Dresscode, and Stephanie Sibley opened Sole Amour, a "shoetique" for women, in 2011. The store is located at 10 Post Office Avenue. See *"Love shoes? You're in l...)
 
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Amy Finegold, owner of Dresscode, and Stephanie Sibley opened Sole Amour, a "shoetique" for women, in 2011The store is located at 10 Post Office Avenue.
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Digital Consulting Inc. was founded in 1982 by George Schussel.  The company specializes in the organization of computer-based training seminars, trade shows and conferences.  Schussel ran the company until 2002 when he was sentenced to 5 years imprisonment for moving money into an off-shore account to avoid paying taxes on itHe had done this with over $8.5 million worth of company profits.
  
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*"Ex-CEO is sentenced to 5 years", ''The Eagle Tribune'', July 14, 2007.
*"Love shoes?  You're in luck", ''The Andover Townsman'', February 10, 2011.
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*[http://www.soleamour.com/ Soul Amour website ]
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Digital Consulting Inc. was founded in 1982 by George Schussel. The company specializes in the organization of computer-based training seminars, trade shows and conferences. Schussel ran the company until 2002 when he was sentenced to 5 years imprisonment for moving money into an off-shore account to avoid paying taxes on it. He had done this with over $8.5 million worth of company profits.


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  • "Ex-CEO is sentenced to 5 years", The Eagle Tribune, July 14, 2007.


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--Jen 16:18, September 3, 2010 (EST)