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  2. HSBC Finance - Wikipedia

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    In 2010, HSBC Finance sold its auto loan units to Santander Consumer USA. [11] On August 10, 2011, Capital One Financial Corp announced that it will buy the U.S. credit card arm of Britain's HSBC for a premium of about US$2.6 billion as a way to expand its domestic credit card business.

  3. Unilever - Wikipedia

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    Unilever PLC is a British multinational consumer goods company headquartered in London, England.Unilever products include food, condiments, ice cream, wellbeing vitamins, minerals and supplements, tea, coffee, breakfast cereal, cleaning agents, water and air purifiers, pet food, toothpaste, beauty products, and personal care.

  4. Apple Pay - Wikipedia

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    Apple Pay is a mobile payment and digital wallet service by Apple Inc. that allows users to make payments in person, in iOS apps, and on the web using Safari.It is supported on the iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad, and Mac.

  5. SAP - Wikipedia

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    SAP focuses on 25 industries and six industry sectors: process industries, discrete industries, consumer industries, service industries, financial services and public services. It offers integrated product sets for large enterprises, [70] mid-sized companies and small businesses.

  6. Danone - Wikipedia

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    In the United States, Daniel Carasso partnered with the Swiss-born Spaniard Juan Metzger and changed the brand name to Dannon to sound more American. In 1951, Daniel Carasso returned to Paris to manage the family's businesses in France and Spain, and the American business was sold to Beatrice Foods in 1959; it was repurchased by Danone in 1981.

  7. Siemens - Wikipedia

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    Siemens & Halske was founded by Werner von Siemens and Johann Georg Halske on 1 October 1847. Based on the telegraph, their invention used a needle to point to the sequence of letters, instead of using Morse code.