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  2. Defense Intelligence Agency - Wikipedia

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    The agency also added an Automated Data Processing (ADP) Center on February 19, a Dissemination Center on March 31, and a Scientific and Technical Intelligence Directorate on April 30, 1963. DIA assumed the staff support functions of the J-2, Joint Staff, on July 1, 1963.

  3. Fantasy football (gridiron) - Wikipedia

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    History. Modern fantasy football can be traced back to Wilfred "Bill" Winkenbach, an Oakland, California businessman and limited partner in the Oakland Raiders.In a New York City hotel room during a 1962 Raiders cross-country trip, Winkenbach, along with Raiders public relations employee Bill Tunnel and Oakland Tribune reporter Scotty Stirling, developed the rules that would eventually be the ...

  4. Earned wage access - Wikipedia

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    While the research does show a generally positive impact on employee well-being and financial health, the quality and morality of the service does depend on the individual provider. In response, States like New York and Nevada have attempted to regulate earned wage access providers by requiring them to be licensed as lenders.

  5. Charter Communications - Wikipedia

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    Charter Communications, Inc., is an American telecommunications and mass media company with services branded as Spectrum.With over 32 million customers in 41 states, it is the second-largest cable operator in the United States by subscribers, just behind Comcast, and the third-largest pay TV operator behind Comcast and AT&T.

  6. Amazon (company) - Wikipedia

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    Amazon.com, Inc. (/ ˈ æ m ə z ɒ n / AM-ə-zon) is an American multinational technology company focusing on e-commerce, cloud computing, online advertising, digital streaming, and artificial intelligence.

  7. Intuit - Wikipedia

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    History. The company was founded in 1983 by Scott Cook and Tom Proulx in Palo Alto, California.. Intuit was conceived by Scott Cook, whose prior work at Procter & Gamble helped him realize that personal computers would lend themselves towards replacements for paper-and-pencil based personal accounting.

  8. Comparison of time-tracking software - Wikipedia

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    Provides employee time tracking, project time tracking, expense tracking and scheduling. Includes text reports with custom columns, graphical reports, email reminders, multiple approval paths, time off calendar. Quickbooks, Microsoft Project, ADP, Oracle, SAP, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, Ceridian, WSDL/XML API, Mobile - iPhone/Android available Hosted.

  9. Qualcomm - Wikipedia

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    In 2001, Qualcomm introduced Brew, a smartphone app development service with APIs to access contacts, billing, app-stores, or multimedia on the phone. South Korean carrier KTFreeTel was the first to adopt the Brew system in November 2001, followed by Verizon in March 2002 [119] for its "Get it Now" program.