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  • The latest company to confirm that it is cutting jobs is Deere and Company, the Moline-based agricultural company, 700 job cuts in Brazil and in Iowa.

    CNN Transcript Jan 26, 2009

  • But I pray to God, for the sake of America, Pakistan, and the rest of the world they do better than what Bush & company and what Musharraf and Company have done.

    Outrage in Pakistan for American-led attack

  • Google Inc. has acquired Korean blogging software company Tatter and Company, a push to expand into a market where Google remains a relatively small player.

    Google Buys TNC

  • And just to recap, a Texas jury has ruled against the giant pharmaceutical company Merck and Company, liable now for $253.4 million damages and other expenses, the result of the once very popular painkiller Vioxx.

    CNN Transcript Aug 19, 2005

  • Arrowhead Research Corporation, an emerging company in the field of nanotechnology, announced today that John C. Miller, one of the leading authorities on nanotechnology business and and legal policy in the country, has agreed to join the Company as Vice President, Intellectual Property.

    The 271 Patent Blog

  • * Busman's Holiday*: The Mystery Company Mystery bookstores may traffic in death on a daily basis, but in March 2003 one store came back to life when * The Mystery Company* opened in Carmel, Indiana (part of greater Indianapolis).

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • Both a literary agency and book development company, DeFiore and Company will eventually have an editorial staff of four.

    The Book Editors Who Came in From the Cold

  • An Abercrombie & Fitch spokesman said the magazine was put out jointly by the company and its Greenwich Village-based advertising firm, Shahid and Company, and that the postcard was sent out because "'Drinking 101' went over the top."

    Reporters Stream Out of the Daily News; James Ledbetter Pens His Last Press Clips

  • (Cautioning "Guide left" when closing on first company -- "Guide right" when closing on fourth company): Squads left, March, Company, Halt.

    Military Instructors Manual

  • At the beginning of the nineteenth century he had entered into arrangements with an Anglo-Canadian Company (the Mackinaw), which worked the southernmost part of Canada, to fuse its enterprise with his, and thus founded the _South-west Company_, the name of which (at any rate in current speech) was afterwards changed into the Pacific

    Pioneers in Canada

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