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  2. Incorporation (business) - Wikipedia

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    The chosen name should be followed with a corporate identifier such as "Corp.", "Inc.", or "Co.". A preliminary name availability search is advisable prior to the submission of the Articles of Incorporation. In the case of online incorporation, the state will have the final say with regards to the name chosen for the company.

  3. BJ's Wholesale Club - Wikipedia

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    BJ's Wholesale Club Holdings, Inc., commonly referred as BJ's, is an American membership-only warehouse club chain based in Westborough, Massachusetts, operating on the East Coast of the United States in addition to Ohio and Michigan, with plans to expand into Indiana.

  4. LendingClub - Wikipedia

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    LendingClub and other small business lenders partnered with Sam’s Club to deliver its “business lending center” product. In August 2015 the company created Lending Club Open Integration (LCOI). In October, the company launched a multi-draw line of credit product for small businesses. Scandal and struggle, 2016-2017

  5. El Cortez (Las Vegas) - Wikipedia

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    El Cortez, a hotel and casino, is a relatively small downtown Las Vegas gaming venue a block from the Fremont Street Experience and Las Vegas Boulevard.Slots, table games, and a race and sports book occupy one floor of the main pavilion, at this historic casino.

  6. Anabolic steroid - Wikipedia

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    Most steroid users are not athletes. In the United States, between 1 million and 3 million people (1% of the population) are thought to have used AAS. Studies in the United States have shown that AAS users tend to be mostly middle-class men with a median age of about 25 who are noncompetitive bodybuilders and non-athletes and use the drugs for cosmetic purposes. "

  7. Giant Eagle - Wikipedia

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    Giant Eagle, Inc. (Western Pennsylvania English: / ˈ dʒ aɪ n. ɪ ɡ əl /) and stylized as giant eagle) is an American supermarket chain with stores in Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Indiana, and Maryland.

  8. East Central University - Wikipedia

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    History. The university was founded as East Central State Normal School in 1909, two years after Oklahoma was admitted as the 46th U.S. state.It was one of the six newly created state funded normal schools that were designed to provide four years of "preparatory" (or high school) study, followed by two years of college work towards teacher certification.

  9. Web.com - Wikipedia

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    Web.com acquired Register.com in 2010 for $135 million, resulting in an 80 percent increase in revenue and a four-fold increase in the number of customers. The company's offices in Drums were formerly occupied by Network Solutions , a domain registration company acquired by Web.com in 2011 for $405 million and 18 million stock shares.