Advanced Companies

Advanced Companies

On the TSX Venture Exchange, publicly-traded companies that have higher stockholder distribution, market value, and other requirements relative to other companies on the Exchange. See also: Blue chip.
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With the perfect disclosure score, for the fifth consecutive year, Honda was listed as one of the companies in the CDP s Climate Disclosure Leadership Index (CDLI), which names the world s most advanced companies in the area of disclosures related to global climate change.
14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Grupo Salinas, a group of dynamic, fast-growing and technologically advanced companies founded by Ricardo B.
We want to promote manufacturers in these very technologically advanced companies like David Brown.
There were fierce battles in all categories but the winners stand out in each field and prove how technologically advanced companies in the Middle East are" Heuff added.
From that point, Grupo S&C took advantage of the constant evolution of information technologies and developed an infrastructure of people and technology to become one of the most advanced companies in Latin America dedicated to different disciplines in information technology, communications, administration, consulting and services.
Advanced companies are also beginning to expand the definition of product to include an ever wider range of both product and service attributes--from benefit plans, funding arrangements, and network options to alternative service levels and program options, including disease management.
University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill business professor Stuart Hart, an expert in sustainable business, says that the most advanced companies are "using sustainability to identify the business of the future that will make existing operations obsolete.
Sorting office technology is now so advanced companies could even choose their target customers by the postcode on a letter.
Conducting business in an ever-changing world has always been a challenge, but today's quickly emerging technology is threatening to out-pace even the most advanced companies.
Today, more (and tomorrow all) white-collar workers will have a screen at their desk, and the more advanced companies will be providing portables to take home and to use on the road.
It is the security cornerstone of many of the world's largest, most recognizable and technologically advanced companies.
Therefore, there is fierce competition between advanced companies and companies in China and India to win orders for high-value products.
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