d/b/a

(redirected from DBA)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

d/b/a

(Also written as “dba.”) Means “doing business as.” Some states require dba registration with a central office, and others do not.

References in periodicals archive ?
Everyone is a bit nervous since it's the first time for all but two of the team's 23 members, but exciting knowing we are helping DBA families go to Camp Sunshine," Julie said.
For more information on the accreditation of the DBA, contact Mark Stoddard at the Association of MBAs on 0207 246 2697.
The five finalists for Exceptional DBA of the Year each receive a copy of Red Gate's SQL Toolbelt with 36 months of support, and publicity in a wide assortment of venues and media.
Jonathan Di Rollo has spent the last four years travelling around more than 110 MBA, EMBA and DBA programmes delivered in China, HKSAR and Macau SAR.
I am looking forward to joining the DBA team and working with the Board of Directors to grow the organization and advocate the important contributions that debt buying and selling provides to the health of the economy," said Mr.
About the DBA 98 Pen: DBA created the 98 Pen by developing a number of environmentally safe components including a sleek injection-molded casing resembling traditional plastic but made of a derivative of potatoes, and a water-based ink that is made with food-grade ingredients.
Even the packaging of the DBA pen is ecological, using minimal, chlorine-free locally-sourced materials and is both entirely recycled and recyclable.
The new innovative monitoring and advisory services act as a helpful MySQL DBA assistant -- whether you are a fast-growing Web 2.
Leading Database Infrastructure Management Company Teams Up With DBA Outsourcing Expert to Discuss Ways to Best Leverage Remote DBA Services
ZRM for MySQL Meets DBA Requirements for Critical Data Backup & Recovery
The Company's shares are traded on the Canadian Venture Exchange under the symbol DBA.
Standardization around best practices means that any DBA can apply any SOP and always achieve the same results-for example, a junior Oracle DBA can perform a complex action on an IBM database and the outcome will be the same as if it had been executed by an expert IBM DBA.