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  2. EMV - Wikipedia

    Discover-branded card 4010 A0000001524010 Menards Credit Card (store card) (USA) A000000817 002001 A000000817002001 LINK ATM network (UK) A000000029: ATM card: 1010: A0000000291010 CB (France) A000000042: CB (credit or debit card) 1010: A0000000421010 CB (Debit card only) 2010: A0000000422010 JCB (Japan) A000000065: Japan Credit Bureau: 1010 ...

  3. Finance - Wikipedia

    Finance is a term for the management, creation, and study of money and investments. Specifically, it deals with the questions of how an individual, company or government acquires money – called capital in the context of a business – and how they spend or invest that money.

  4. Hand tool - Wikipedia

    A hand tool is any tool that is powered by hand rather than a motor. Categories of hand tools include wrenches, pliers, cutters, files, striking tools, struck or hammered tools, screwdrivers, vises, clamps, snips, hacksaws, drills, and knives.

  5. Victorinox - Wikipedia

    Victorinox (/ v ɪ k ˈ t ɒ r i ˌ n ɒ k s /) is a knife manufacturer and watchmaker based in the town of Ibach, in the Canton of Schwyz, Switzerland.It is well known for its Swiss Army knives.

  6. Screwdriver - Wikipedia

    Canadian P.L. Robertson, though he was not the first person to patent the idea of socket-head screws, was the first to successfully commercialize them, starting in 1908.. Socket screws rapidly grew in popularity, and are still used for their resistance to wear and tear, compatibility with hex keys, and ability to stop a power tool when

  7. Canadian Tire - Wikipedia

    Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited is a Canadian retail company which operates in the automotive, hardware, sports, leisure and housewares sectors. Its Canadian operations include: Canadian Tire (including Canadian Tire Petroleum gas stations and financial services subsidiary Canadian Tire Bank), Mark's, FGL Sports (including Sport Chek and Sports Experts), PartSource, and the Canadian ...

  8. Memory foam - Wikipedia

    How it works. Memory foam derives its viscoelastic properties from several effects, due to the material's internal structure. The network effect is the force working to restore the foam's structure when it is deformed.

  9. List of companies of the United States by state - Wikipedia

    This is a list of companies in the United States; by state where their headquarters is located: