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  3. David O. Sacks - Wikipedia

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    David Oliver Sacks (born 25 May 1972) [1] is an entrepreneur, and investor in internet technology firms. He is general partner of Craft Ventures, a venture capital fund he co-founded in late 2017. Previously, Sacks was the founding COO and product leader of PayPal [1] (acquired by eBay in 2002 for $1.5 billion) [2] and founder/ CEO of Yammer [3 ...

  4. Carrefour - Wikipedia

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    Carrefour (French pronunciation: ()) is a French multinational retail and wholesaling corporation headquartered in Massy, France.The eighth-largest retailer in the world by revenue, it operates a chain of hypermarkets, groceries stores and convenience stores, which as of January 2021, comprises its 12,225 stores in over 30 countries.

  5. Postal history - Wikipedia

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    Postal history is the study of postal systems and how they operate and, or, the study of the use of postage stamps and covers and associated postal artifacts illustrating historical episodes in the development of postal systems. The term is attributed to Robson Lowe, a professional philatelist, stamp dealer and stamp auctioneer, who made the ...

  6. Corporate law - Wikipedia

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    Corporate law (also known as business law or enterprise law or sometimes company law) is the body of law governing the rights, relations, and conduct of persons, companies, organizations and businesses. The term refers to the legal practice of law relating to corporations, or to the theory of corporations. Corporate law of the often describes ...

  7. Filling station - Wikipedia

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    A Royal Dutch Shell filling station and garage in Mijnsheerenland, The Netherlands, late-1970s. Pre-fabricated gas station, Culver City, California, US 1977. A filling station, also known as petrol station or gas station (US), is a facility that sells fuel and engine lubricants for motor vehicles.

  8. Wonga.com - Wikipedia

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    Wonga.com - Wikipedia Wonga.com From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Wonga.com, also known as Wonga, is a former British payday loan firm that was founded in 2006. The company focused on offering short-term, high-cost loans to customers via online applications, [1] and began processing its first loans in 2007. [2]

  9. The Home Depot - Wikipedia

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    The Home Depot is an American multinational home improvement retail corporation that sells tools, construction products, appliances, and services. Home Depot is the largest home improvement retailer in the United States. [3] In 2021, the company had 490,600 employees and more than $151 billion in revenue.