Definitions

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  • initialism business Initialism of public limited-liability company/corporation.
  • initialism communication Initialism of power line communication.
  • initialism electronics Initialism of programmable logic controller.

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Examples

  • LONDON — Building-materials company Wolseley PLC is becoming the latest U.K. company to move its residence abroad to cut its tax burden, after reporting narrowing full-year losses and announcing its intention to resume dividend payments.

    U.K.'s Wolseley Moves Tax Residence to Switzerland

  • If a PLC is found, Stuxnet infects that using a currently unknown vulnerability in the controller's software and changes its code in unknown ways.

    Meet the Stuxnet, so much subtler than a tactical nuclear device

  • It's impossible to predict the effects of this without knowing what the PLC is doing and how it is programmed, and that programming can be unique based on the application.

    The Story Behind The Stuxnet Virus

  • BP PLC is once again reporting profits even with an estimated $40 billion price tag for the response to its blown out well in the Gulf of Mexico.

    BP Oil Spill Cost Hits $40 Billion, Company Returns To Profit

  • It's impossible to predict the effects of this without knowing what the PLC is doing and how it is programmed, and that programming can be unique based on the application.

    The Story Behind The Stuxnet Virus

  • It's impossible to predict the effects of this without knowing what the PLC is doing and how it is programmed, and that programming can be unique based on the application.

    The Story Behind The Stuxnet Virus

  • It's impossible to predict the effects of this without knowing what the PLC is doing and how it is programmed, and that programming can be unique based on the application.

    The Story Behind The Stuxnet Virus

  • People familiar with the matter said last week that the U. S's Prudential Financial Inc., which isn't related to Prudential PLC, is nearing a deal to buy two Japanese life-insurance businesses from AIG for a combined $4 billion to $5 billion.

    AIG Lays Out Profit Forecast for AIA Unit

  • The deal, part of a series of sales BP PLC is making to help pay for the oil spill damages in the Gulf of Mexico, will be financed entirely by TNK-BP.

    BP Sells Venezuelan Assets To Russia Unit

  • Brussels-based supermarket Delhaize SA, which operates Food Lion and other grocery stores in the U.S., pulled about 300 products from Unilever PLC from the shelves of its Belgian stores in February 2009 because it couldn't reach an agreement with the consumer-goods giant on pricing.

    Premier Foods Hopes to Resolve Tesco Bread Standoff

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