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Posted On: April 13, 2016
(DALLAS) – April 13, 2016 – Stream, a leading direct selling company and provider of essential services, announces Kelly Habbas as the company’s new Chief Information Officer, effective immediately. Habbas is a seasoned information technology executive with over 20 years of leadership experience working within the NYISO, NEPOOL, Canadian and Texas energy markets. Habbas has worked in various leadership positions in large and well-established companies in the energy industry.
Posted On: April 12, 2016
(DALLAS) – April 12, 2016 – Stream, a leading direct selling company and provider of essential services, announced the launch of its philanthropic program, Stream Cares, recently at its company-wide convention, Ignition 2016. During the convention, Stream Associates and employees worked together to raise close to $3,000 through T-shirt sales and direct donations for Stream Cares to allocate. Stream Cares was established by Stream to strategically support and fund causes, with a special focus on giving back to members of the military and their families.
Posted On: April 8, 2016
(DALLAS) – April 8, 2016 – Stream, a leading direct selling company and provider of essential services, was ranked number 14 on the DSN North America 50 list and number 23 on the DSN Global 100 list, organized by Direct Selling News. The DSN Global 100 is the most prestigious ranking for direct selling companies in the world.
Posted On: April 7, 2016
Stream, a leading direct selling company and provider of essential services, announces the official launch of Stream Digital Voice as part of its new Home Services line. Stream Digital Voice is a service that combines the convenience of a mobile phone with the reliability of a home phone, and provides customers with crystal-clear calling experience. The official service announcement comes after an internal announcement during Stream’s annual Ignition 2016 convention this past weekend at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas.
Posted On: February 5, 2016
Larry Mondry to Lead Stream, Effective Immediately
Stream, a leading direct selling company and provider of essential services, today announced that Larry Mondry has been selected by the firm’s board of managers as its new president and chief executive officer. Mondry assumes his new role immediately.
”I'm excited to join the Stream family and build on the successful foundation created by my predecessors. My overarching goal as Stream’s new president and CEO is to take its already sound infrastructure, and scale the company so it reaches new heights. Together we will continue to grow Stream – by geography, by product, by customer count and by Associate count,” said Mondry.
Posted On: January 6, 2016
Contributions from January 10 Concert Will Aid North Texas Tornado Victims Via The Salvation Army
Stream, a leading direct selling company and provider of essential services, announces its support of Texas Tornado Benefit, happening Sunday, January 10 in Garland. Proceeds from the free concert will go to The Salvation Army, who is directly providing assistance to victims of the tornados that struck North Texas on December 26, 2015. Doing its part to support victims, Stream has committed to matching donations made by Stream Associates (up to $10,000, for a total $20,000 commitment to the cause).
Posted On: December 9, 2015
The Essential Services Provider Announces Three Holiday-Themed Initiatives With the Local Organization
Stream, a leading direct selling company and provider of essential services, is pairing up with Dallas-based organization Operation Once in a Lifetime for three charitable initiatives during the month of December. In the holiday spirit and right in line with Stream’s philanthropic commitment to veterans, Stream will help provide financial and moral support to local veterans and their families.
This upcoming Friday (Dec. 11) Stream will donate coach bus transportation and offer up its employees as volunteers for a lunch for 50 homeless and less fortunate military veterans. Texas Roadhouse in The Colony, Texas will open early at noon for the special occasion and treat the group to steaks, ribs, burgers and more, free of charge.
Posted On: December 5, 2015
192nd District Court Judge Orders Reimbursement of Attorney Costs
Stream (Stream Energy), Judge Craig Smith of the 192nd District Court yesterday awarded Stream over $346,000 in legal fees arising out of the factual circumstances underlying the filing by Solavei of a January 2015 lawsuit falsely claiming misappropriation of trade secrets.
Posted On: November 11, 2015
New Partnership Reinforces Stream’s Continued Commitment to Supporting Veterans
Stream, a leading direct selling company and provider of essential services, announces a sizeable donation to the American Red Cross North Texas Region, directly benefitting Red Cross’ Service to the Armed Forces Program (SAF). The donation, made on behalf of Stream’s own honored veterans (both corporate employees and Independent Associates), reinforces Stream’s continued commitment to supporting the veteran community.
Stream’s donation will help Red Cross North Texas kick off a new technology-driven pilot initiative, as part of its SAF program: a comprehensive, national client management system to efficiently leverage the substantial resources that support its Emergency Communications Center (ECC). Over 40,000 nonprofits are dedicated to serving veterans, and ECC helps connect the right people to the right organizations. ECC provides around-the-clock, comprehensive emergency casework and referral services for members of the military, veterans, retirees, DoD civilians (overseas) and their families during emergencies.
Posted On: October 29, 2015
Stream (Stream Energy), a leading direct selling company and provider of essential services, on October 16 realized a key appellate victory in its ongoing Federal class action litigation before the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans.
Arising out of oral arguments held during February 2015, the Fifth Circuit panel voted to decertify a purported class of plaintiffs whose two named representatives alleged violations of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act. This appellate ruling reverses a prior January 2014 order of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas that erroneously certified a class of plaintiffs consisting of current and former Stream Independent Associates.