Hyperial Leadership Speaks Out After Year of Silence

by Thane Carios
TRINN Archives

Hyperial (TRI-FP) — TRINN has received a recording of a Press Statement where Dr. (Viggo) Ragne, Special Representative of the Office of the President, said the following:

“Our beloved Hypsos still resides in a state of official mourning following the loss of President Kelvin Rauder nearly year ago. (109.11.05)

“Our peoples have endured many hardships in the intervening dark period as we have all learned to accept and come to terms with the true details of the tragic accident that took the lives of Dr. Rauder, his staff and the Senior Leadership of the General Commission.

“It is only now, as the period of official mourning draws to an end that our political offices feel it appropriate to address those who reside beyond our borders once again.

“And our address is this:

“The peoples of Hypsos and Hyperial station possess no prior knowledge of the attack within Quantars Tripoint Sector. We must also respond, at last to the distasteful claims of annexation proffered by Quantar’s Rohi Bin Hamalzahd shortly after our unifying loss last year. Needless to say such vapid claims, typifying the rash and impetuous nature of Rohi have been unilaterally rejected.

“Our great government retains is rightful position to hold claim and ownership of our territories and to govern them from our offices in Hyperial Station until such a time as we might do so more.. directly.”

This is the first official communication from Hyperial since President Rauder was assasinated eleven months ago.  It leaves some important questions unanswered – notably, any evidence of who was responsible for the assasination, and any indication of Hyperial’s stance on Amber Flame’s attacks on Quantar.

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TRI Corp. Names Garth Taren CEO

from the TRINN Archives

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(Solrain Core) TRI Corp today announced that its Board of Governors has named Garth Taren to serve as the company’s Chief Executive Officer.

Taren, 48, has served since 108.8.11 as Executive Vice President in charge of the TRI Industries Division. Prior to this, he has held senior management positions at Infinite Heavy Industries and Tens & Piney where he developed a reputation as both a strong leader as well as an innovator.

TRI spokesperson, Elle Rodan, said that the TRI board unanimously selected Taren based on his track record leading a complex organization, as well as his strong executive and personal qualities.

“Our search for a new leader to return TRI Corp. to sustained success has been focused and thorough,” said Rodan. “A screening team of board members, established a broad field of candidates and interviewed many individuals. We then recommended the strongest contenders to the board as finalists. Each was interviewed by the entire board, and Garth was our top choice.

Taren said, “TRI is an amazing organization, affecting the well-being of people from all factions. Although in the past few years, we have undergone a tremendous metamorphosis, we have a proud history of innovation, outstanding talent and enviable positions in many of our products and services. It’s a great honor to join this leadership team and have the opportunity to continue building on past successes.”

Taren will take up his new duties on 110.10.24. He succeeds Mosh Rothard, a 16-year TRI veteran, who has been serving as interim CEO for the last 28 months.

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