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Automatic Data Processing (ADP)

A private company that acts as an intermediary to perform proxy services for several banks and brokers. Distributes proxy material to beneficial owners, tabulates the returned proxies, and provides the Corporation or its tabulator compiled reports of the tabulation results. ADP also distributes quarterly reports and other corporate information to the beneficial owners.
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Automatic Data Processing

A publicly-traded company that provides computing and outsourcing services. Primarily, it processes clients' payrolls, but it also provides services related to insurance, retirement accounts, and other services. One in every six Americans has his/her paycheck processed by ADP.
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shares plunged overnight in the wake of the release of a disappointing employment report by payroll firm Automatic Data Processing Inc.
payroll firm Automatic Data Processing Inc. and the Federal Reserve's Beige Book economic survey due out later in the day.
The dollar changed little in the lower 100 yen range throughout the morning as investors were reluctant to make major moves before the release of the report by payroll firm Automatic Data Processing Inc.
The dollar edged down in New York on a smaller-than-expected increase in private sector job numbers in an April report by payroll processing firm Automatic Data Processing Inc., while the outcome of the Federal Reserve's policy-making meeting was largely in line with market expectations and had little impact on currency trading.
The dollar remained in the lower 97 yen level after falling slightly overnight on a smaller-than-expected increase in private sector job numbers in an April report by payroll processing firm Automatic Data Processing Inc.
Stocks opened lower and hovered in a narrow range, tracking overnight falls on Wall Street following a weaker-than-expected April manufacturing survey by the Institute for Supply Management, as well as a similarly downbeat private sector jobs report for the same month by payrolls firm Automatic Data Processing Inc., brokers said.
employment data from payrolls firm Automatic Data Processing Inc.
economic indicators including an employment report for August released by Automatic Data Processing Inc., which showed signs of a steady recovery in the world's biggest economy.

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