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  2. The Home Depot - Wikipedia

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    The Home Depot is an American multinational home improvement retail corporation that sells tools, construction products, appliances, and services. Home Depot is the largest home improvement retailer in the United States. [3] In 2021, the company had 490,600 employees and more than $151 billion in revenue.

  3. Bauhaus (company) - Wikipedia

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    Bauhaus is a German pan-European retail chain offering products for home improvement, gardening, and workshop. The name contains the German words bauen (to build) and Haus (house), but also alludes to the modernist Bauhaus school and the company's founder and owner, the German billionaire Heinz-Georg Baus . Its first store opened in Mannheim ...

  4. Southern Company - Wikipedia

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    The company is the second largest utility company in the U.S. in terms of customer base, as of 2021. Through its subsidiaries it serves 9 million gas and electric utility customers in 6 states. Southern Company's regulated regional electric utilities serve a 120,000-square-mile (310,000 km 2 ) territory with 27,000 miles (43,000 km) of ...

  5. Rooms To Go - Wikipedia

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    1990: Founding of Rooms To Go. Rooms To Go was founded in 1990 by Jeffrey and Morty Seaman after selling Seaman's Furniture. They opened the first Rooms To Go in Orlando, Florida on September 7, 1990. Rooms To Go's founding concept was the sale of whole room packages, using the slogan: "Buy the piece, save a little. Buy the room, save a lot!"

  6. List of multinational corporations - Wikipedia

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    This is a complete list of multinational corporations, also known as multinational companies in worldwide or global enterprises.. These are corporate organizations that own or control production of goods or services in two or more countries other than their home countries.

  7. Louisiana-Pacific - Wikipedia

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    Louisiana-Pacific Corporation, commonly known as " LP ", is an American building materials manufacturer. It was founded in 1973 and is currently based in Nashville, Tennessee. LP pioneered the U.S. production of oriented strand board (OSB) panels. [1]

  8. Ahold Delhaize - Wikipedia

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    Koninklijke Ahold Delhaize N.V. (in Dutch literally "Royal Ahold Delhaize"), commonly known as Ahold Delhaize, is a Dutch multinational retail and wholesaling company. Its name comes from a fusion between Ahold (Dutch) and Delhaize Group (Belgian), the two predecessor companies that merged to form the present-day Ahold Delhaize.