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Commerce

The practice of buying and selling goods and services, whether for use or investment. Commerce usually refers to buying and selling on a large scale; that is, the sale of one widget is a transaction, while the sale of all the widgets in a country is the commerce of widgets. See also: E-commerce.
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Ed Travaglianti brings a wealth of Metro New York banking expertise to Commerce and is well known and greatly respected for his dedication to serving the needs of the Long Island market," said Commerce Bank Chairman and President Vernon W.
Pennsylvania Commerce Bancorp shares the Commerce brand with the Commerce Bancorp Inc.
With Sterling Commerce and the Gentran Integration Suite, we can meet our data synchronization and partner communication needs through one solution provider.
Commerce's sponsorship of Commerce Bank Park is part of its greater commitment to supporting a wide variety of civic and social improvement projects, charitable organizations, health and human service programs, cultural and arts groups and educational institutions.
GSI Commerce is a leading outsource solution provider for e-commerce.
Commerce One Conductor allowed us to not only enable processes and capabilities that are not possible with other approaches, but also allowed us to do these at lower cost and with less effort to maintain them.
To preserve that independence, industry leaders need to act decisively to develop a system for self-regulation - an international code of conduct or "Bill of Rights" - for electronic commerce.
GSI Commerce is the first e-commerce platform provider to complete SHOP.
Only by ``shrinking'' the commerce clause back to its original meaning can the 10th Amendment be revived, and with it, the form of federalism designed in the Constitution.
Commerce Center reflects our unique retail culture, inside and out," said Commerce Bank Chairman, President and CEO Gary L.