[Companies & Firms] abbreviations

  • CNN  (Business > Companies & Firms)

    Stand For:  Cable News Network

    • Example: The latest Tweets from Cable News Network (@CNNFAKENEWS). Delivering breaking #fakenews that we create to ensure our investors' agenda is satisfied. worldwide

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  • A&P  (Business > Companies & Firms)

    Stand For:  The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company

    • Example: Reviews from The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company employees about The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company culture, salaries, benefits, work-life balance, management, job security, and more.

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  • CSE  (Business > Companies & Firms)

    Stand For:  Control Systems Engineering Department

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  • CCC  (Business > Companies & Firms)

    Stand For:  Commodity Credit Corporation

    • Definition: The Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) is a wholly owned United States government corporation that was created in 1933 t ... more >>
    • Example: About the Commodity Credit Corporation Background. The Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) is a Government-owned and operated entity that was created to stabilize, support, and protect farm income and prices.

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  • FFAJ  (Business > Companies & Firms)

    Stand For:  Freight Forwarders Association of Jamaica

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  • ART  (Business > Companies & Firms)

    Stand For:  Advanced Recognition Technologies

    • Example: ART Advanced Recognition Technologies Inc., an Atlanta-based provider of voice and handwriting recognition software.

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  • IBM  (Business > Companies & Firms)

    Stand For:  International Business Machines

    • Example: International Business Machines Corp. Stock - IBM news, historical stock charts, analyst ratings, financials, and today’s International Business Machines Corp. stock price.

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  • VAR  (Business > Companies & Firms)

    Stand For:  Value Added Reseller

    • Example: Definition of value added reseller (VAR): Retailer who assembles, augments, modifies, and repackages a good and/or service to suit the individual buyers' needs.

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