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Horizon

The length of time an investment is intended to last, usually expressed in years. Having a horizon helps an investor set his/her short-term and long-term investment plans. See also: Horizon analysis, Horizon return.

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The result is Horizon," said Mindy Simon, who had been a reader, closer and clearance officer in the industry for 16 years prior to opening Horizon.
They started shipping milk to Horizon Organic, the only company that would pick up their milk.
For the scheduled Horizon Organic Healthy Kids tour stops in California, more information on Horizon Organic products or organic agriculture visit www.
With 70 cows and 35 acres of organic pasture, the couple started shipping milk to Horizon Organic in January.
Larry Altman, vice president of corporate marketing and communications at Horizon BCBSNJ, stated, "Our goal was to make signing up for an HSA as easy as possible for our members.
Bright Horizons Chief Executive Officer David Lissy noted that Bright Horizons shares the honor on FORTUNE's "100 Best Companies to Work for" list with 40 of the company's clients.
At the same time, by joining with Bright Horizons, College Coach will now have the resources and distribution it needs to maximize its long-term growth potential.
Arthur Nadata, chairman and CEO for Nu Horizons, adds "Nu Horizons is honored to receive this prestigious designation from Lockheed Martin for the second time.
For over five years, Nu Horizons has invested heavily in the Asia Pacific region, developing our own brand of local design and logistics service.
We are honored to receive this prestigious award from Microsoft," said Maurice Reijmer, managing director, New Horizons of Amsterdam, Breda, Rotterdam and Zwolle, The Netherlands.
Nu Horizons looks forward to adding Micrel to our focused line card in Greater China" adds Wendell Boyd, president of Nu Horizons Asia Pte Ltd.