American Express


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American Express

A financial services company based in New York. It began in 1850 as an express mail service. In 1882, it began offering money orders and later developed traveler's cheques in 1891. Today, it offers charge cards and other forms of credit to individuals and companies. It is one of the 30 companies tracked by the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
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American Express MoneyGram is managed by Integrated Payment Systems (IPS) of Englewood, Colo.
The new, ground-breaking American Express e-auction technology supports an historically complex event management bidding process, making it easier than ever for corporations to realize greater value from their meetings investment, better leverage preferred supplier relationships, and more closely link meetings purchasing to their overall travel procurement strategy," said Jay Roseman, Vice President of Corporate Meeting Solutions, American Express Business Travel.
Whereas, American Express is committed to improving the quality of communications with its cardmembers and desires to reaffirm its role in the financial services industry as a leader in protecting the privacy of its cardmembers; and
By the end of 2005, some 100 financial advisors at 16 branches of American Express Finanzmanagement will work with update's CRM system.
Thousands of people were devastated by the explosions in Guadalajara and are in desparate need of funds and supplies," said Isaac Lasky, vice president of American Express MoneyGram International and a Mexico native.
With tight budgets and even tighter schedules, exclusive access to hot products at great prices is a gift in itself," said Ayesha Almeida, vice president, Marketing Strategy and Information Services, American Express Establishment Services.
Craig Hoenshell, president of the American Express Travelers Cheque Group.
Two American Express products, the American Express(R) Card and American Express(R) Travelers Cheques, will be "The Official Card" and "The Official Travelers Cheque" of Walt Disney World, Disneyland and the Euro Disney Resort.
As is the mission of the Performing Arts Fund, this year's grant recipients will use the awards from American Express to increase relevance and linkages with existing audiences as well as to attract new and diverse audiences to the arts.
Robinson III, chairman of American Express Company.
Goldstein is a Director of the American Express Bank and a Director of Union Bancaire Privee, Geneva.

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