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  2. The Home Depot Pro - Wikipedia

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    The acquisition of Interline Brands allows The Home Depot access to expand its business to the multi-family sector, hospitality and industrial area. Craig Menear, CEO of The Home Depot, says that the purchase gives The Home Depot more opportunity to expand in the Maintenance, repair, and operations sector that was previously not successful.

  3. Robert Nardelli - Wikipedia

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    Robert Louis Nardelli (born May 17, 1948) is an American businessman, was the former chairman and chief executive officer of Chrysler from August 2007 to April 2009, the former CEO of Freedom Group from September 2010 to March 2012, and had earlier served in a similar capacity at The Home Depot from December 2000 to January 2007.

  4. Staples Canada - Wikipedia

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    The Business Depot Ltd. was founded by Jack Bingleman in 1991, with Staples as a substantial investor, opening Business Depot stores in Ontario and later Atlantic Canada and Bureau en Gros locations in Quebec. The American counterpart acquired 100% of the Canadian company in 1994.

  5. Ken Langone - Wikipedia

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    He was a student at Bucknell University and the New York University Stern School of Business. Business career. In the early 1960s, Langone began his career at a Wall Street financial services company named R.W. Pressprich, where he helped develop new business.

  6. Bank of America Merchant Services - Wikipedia

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    Bank of America Merchant Services was a merchant services company owned by partners Bank of America and Fiserv.It was among the largest payment processing companies in the United States based on card-transaction volume.

  7. Seneca Army Depot - Wikipedia

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    History. During the 1940s, the Army stored radioactive materials in connection with the Manhattan Project in igloos E0801 through E0811, on the south end of the Depot. . Despite no formal confirmation from the Department of Defense, it is known that during the cold war the depot held the largest stockpile of Army nuclear weapons in the cou

  8. Arthur Blank - Wikipedia

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    Arthur M. Blank (born September 27, 1942) is an American businessman and a co-founder of the home improvement retailer The Home Depot.. He also currently owns two professional sports teams based in Atlanta, Georgia - the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League (NFL) and Atlanta United of Major League Soccer (MLS), the latter of which having won the 2018 MLS Cup, thus giving him an MLS ...

  9. Brico Dépôt - Wikipedia

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    Brico Dépôt (French pronunciation: [bʁiko depo]) is a French chain of DIY and home improvement stores, headquartered in Longpont-sur-Orge. The chain was created in 1993 by Castorama Dubois Investment and later purchased by the British group Kingfisher which operates 123 stores in France, 34 in Romania, 28 in Spain and 3 in Portugal.