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Dun & Bradstreet

A company specializing in the investigation of credit worthiness, financial standing, and/or reputation of other businesses. It provides this information to third parties for a fee. Some mercantile agencies compile information into large databases, which they then distribute to subscribers. The first mercantile agency was founded in 1841 in New York under the name of "Mercantile Agency," and it is now known as Dun & Bradstreet. See also: Business intelligence, Due diligence.
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He was president of Plan Services prior to its acquisition by Dun and Bradstreet in 1978, and subsequently served in various executive positions with Dun & Bradstreet until his retirement last January, including corporate senior vice president of Dun & Bradstreet Business Credit Services and chairman of Reuben H.
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Kunz, formerly the president and CEO of Dun and Bradstreet Business Information Services, has joined the board of directors.
Kunz to Medicus' Board will be of significant value given his 25 years of experience at the Dun and Bradstreet Corporation, and I feel his experience in the information management business will be invaluable as Medicus pursues new opportunities in that area.