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A former monthly publication by the International Trade Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce. It folded in July 2004.
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com)-- The best service providers to the insurance industry have just been announced in Insurance Business America magazine's 'Best of the Best 2015'.
Global Banking News-November 17, 2015--Insurance Business America names EPIC as elite agency
16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- EPIC Insurance Brokers and Consultants, a retail property, casualty insurance brokerage and employee benefits consultant, announced today that it has been named a 2015 Elite Agency by Insurance Business America, a publication that reports on the latest achievements in insurance and also provides the latest in business best practices in a continually evolving industry.
Also named in the suit were CU Business Capital LLC, which underwrote the participation loans, and CUBC's successor, Small Business America in Linthicum, Md.
There's a lot of service of business America, and it's not so specialty oriented, real estate, retail, hospitality--business America type of stuff," said Blinn, who managed the survey and analyzed the results.
L to R: Henry Rogers, CEO, Youth Business America (YBA); Jon Pageler, Vice President, Diageo; and Jose Cisneros, Treasurer of San Francisco, announced Monday the inaugural group of YBA entrepreneurs.
With the EPA hiring hundreds of criminal investigators to snoop around for violators, firms such as The Creighton Group and General Converters & Assemblers will have both corporate and small business America knocking on their eco-conscious doors.
Wright and Darren Pinsker, "Republic of Yemen Undertakes the Daunting Task of Unifying Two Disparate Economic and Political Systems," Business America, 27 July and 10 August 1992.
Hungary: New Investment Frontier," Business America, (October 7), 2-7.
Cushman & Wakefield, the nation's largest firm exclusively serving the real estate needs of business America, has negotiated a long term lease for Noble Lowndes at Three Becker Farm Road in Roseland, New Jersey.
The consequence for American businesspeople is that the traditional isolation, parochialism, and chauvinism, which have characterized post-war business America, are not merely inappropriate, they are suicidal.
We found that small business America are the people who run the two-ton trucks, the little one tons and delivery trucks, and everything stops without them, but no one really concentrates on them," he explains.
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