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ABC

Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC)

A national trade association representing contractors, subcontractors,materials suppliers,and related firms.The organization's Web site is www.abc.org.
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Under terms of the merger, Citadel will deliver ABC News Radio programming to terrestrial radio stations, while Disney will continue to deliver ABC News content via wireless, broadband and satellite.
ABC Company developed in-house tools that attempted to scan existing databases and file systems across the network, but they were inefficient and difficult to maintain.
Brind, a professor of biology and endocrinology at New York City's Baruch College, is a tireless proponent of the ABC link.
A few creative minds are attempting to take ABC to another level of output -- something they call "predictive accounting," which they say projects future financial performance through an understanding of an organization's processes.
The show was a hit, ABC turned a profit, and the relationship between Hollywood studios and network television changed forever--or at least until next year.
TELUS 2003 Annual Report Miriam Trottier and Dianne Trach, ABC TELUS Corporation Edmonton and Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Most weeks, ABC fails to land a show in the top 20 unless ``Monday Night Football'' is on the schedule, and finds itself mired in fourth place behind CBS, NBC and Fox.
The current anti-drug effort by ABC is a case in point.
As a result of the acquisition, ABC - the world(')s largest publicly traded provider of childcare services - will become the second-largest private childcare provider in the United States, just 11 months after entering the US market.
ABC is unveiling seven new shows in the fall in an effort to stop a ratings free-fall that has lasted all season.
News today began offering BBC News video on its site, through a new agreement with ABC News.