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  2. Total Quality Logistics - Wikipedia

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    Total Quality Logistics (TQL) is a freight brokerage and third-party logistics firm in North America. TQL provides domestic and international freight transportation and logistics services. It was founded in 1997 by Ken Oaks in Cincinnati, Ohio, and is headquartered in Union Township, Ohio.

  3. Brian Clark (September 11 survivor) - Wikipedia

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    Brian Clark (born July 4, 1947) is a Canadian businessman and survivor of the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.Clark worked for the American international brokerage firm Euro Brokers, which lost 61 employees that day, nearly one-fifth of its New York branch.

  4. Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission - Wikipedia

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    The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission, (Greek: Επιτροπή Κεφαλαιαγοράς) better known as CySEC, is the financial regulatory agency of Cyprus.As an EU member state, CySEC's financial regulations and operations comply with the European MiFID financial harmonization law.

  5. Tramp trade - Wikipedia

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    Brokerage. Tramp ship owners and tramp ship charterers rely on brokers to find cargoes for their ships to carry. A broker understands international trade conditions, the movements of goods, market prices and the availability of the owner's ships. The Baltic Exchange, in London, is the physical headquarters for tramp ship brokerage.

  6. Mining - Wikipedia

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    Mining is the extraction of valuable minerals or other geological materials from the Earth, usually from an ore body, lode, vein, seam, reef, or placer deposit.Exploitation of these deposits for raw material is based on the economic viability of investing in the equipment, labor, and energy required to extract, refine and transport the materials found at the mine to manufacturers who can use ...

  7. Merrill (company) - Wikipedia

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    In 1930, Charles E. Merrill led the firm through a major restructuring, spinning-off the company's retail brokerage business to E. A. Pierce & Co. to focus on investment banking. Along with the business, Merrill also transferred the bulk of its employees, including Edmund C. Lynch and Winthrop H. Smith. Charles Merrill received a minority ...