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1. Securities Transfer Association. A trade association for banks and independent transfer agents. The STA performs a number of services for the industry and, significantly, operates the STAMP program.

2. Security Trader Association. A trade association for individuals who trade in securities. Established in Chicago in 1934, the STA provides educational, informational, and social opportunities for members.
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They also predict that by 2005, 50% of Fortune 1000 companies will have extensively deployed wireless LAN technology based on the latest 802.11 standards.
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