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  2. Yahoo! - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo (/ ˈ j ɑː h uː /, styled as yahoo!) is an American web services provider. It is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California and operated by the namesake company Yahoo! Inc., which is 90% owned by investment funds managed by Apollo Global Management and 10% by Verizon Communications.

  3. Bouygues - Wikipedia

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    Bouygues S.A. (French pronunciation: ) is an industrial group headquartered in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, France.Bouygues is listed on Euronext Paris exchange and is a blue chip in the CAC 40 stock market index.

  4. Ryan Howard (The Office) - Wikipedia

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    Ryan Bailey Howard is a fictional character on the US television series The Office.He is portrayed by the show's writer, director, and executive producer B. J. Novak, and is based upon Ricky Howard from the original British version of The Office (as well as Neil Godwin, during the fourth season), although his role is significantly expanded to that of a main character.

  5. PCCW - Wikipedia

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    PCCW Limited (formerly known as Pacific Century CyberWorks Limited) is a Hong Kong-based information and communications technology (ICT) company.. The company is the majority owner of telecommunications company HKT Limited, and also holds a majority interest in Pacific Century Premium Developments Limited.

  6. Online diary planner - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo! was popular from the last decade of the 20th century. Yahoo! always came with downloadable and compatible software that helped to keep the office computer, the Yahoo! calendar and the handheld online diary working in tandem. Yahoo enables synchronization with Lotus Organizer, Outlook, ACT, Outlook Express and Palm. But there was one hitch.

  7. Wall Street reform - Wikipedia

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    Wall Street reforms are reforms or regulations of the financial industry in the United States.. Wall Street is the home of the country's two largest stock exchanges, and "Wall Street" is a metonym for the United States financial sector.

  8. Factiva - Wikipedia

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    It developed modules with Microsoft, Oracle Corp., IBM and Yahoo!. Factiva has also partnered with EuroSpider, Comintelli, PeopleSoft, MediaMap, Biz360, ChoicePoint, BTRadianz, AtHoc, and Reuters. Factiva has also been included as of March 2003 in Microsoft's Office 2003 program as one of the News research options within the Research Pane.

  9. Allianz - Wikipedia

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    Allianz AG was founded in Berlin on 5 February 1890 by then-director of the Munich Reinsurance Company Carl von Thieme (a native of Erfurt, whose father was the director of the insurance company Thuringia) and Wilhelm von Finck (co-owner of the Merck Finck & Co. Bank).