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  2. Human resource management system - Wikipedia

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    Human resource management function involves the recruitment, placement, evaluation, compensation, and development of the employees of an organization. Initially, businesses used computer-based information systems to: produce paychecks and payroll reports; maintain personnel records; pursue talent management.

  3. Big Bear Stores - Wikipedia

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    Big Bear Stores was a regional supermarket chain operating in Ohio and West Virginia between 1933 and 2004. The company was founded in Columbus, Ohio, and was headquartered there until its acquisition by Syracuse, New York-based Penn Traffic in 1989.

  4. A&P - Wikipedia

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    The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, better known as A&P, was an American chain of grocery stores that operated from 1859 to 2015. From 1915 through 1975, A&P was the largest grocery retailer in the United States (and, until 1965, the largest U.S. retailer of any kind). A&P was considered an American icon that, according to The Wall Street ...

  5. Winn-Dixie - Wikipedia

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    Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc., is an American supermarket chain headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida. Winn-Dixie operates more than 515 stores in Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, Georgia, and Mississippi. The company has had its present name since 1955 and can trace its roots back to 1925. Winn-Dixie is known for its private label Chek brand soft ...

  6. Tops Friendly Markets - Wikipedia

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    Tops Friendly Markets was co-founded by Armand Castellani, who was born in 1917 in a village outside of Rome, Italy, and Thomas Buscaglia. Castellani's family came to the United States in 1920, and eventually settled in Niagara Falls, where his father, Ferrante, opened a small neighborhood grocery store . Following his mother's death in 1933 ...

  7. Dairy Queen - Wikipedia

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    D.Q. Corp., more commonly known as Dairy Queen and sometimes referred as D.Q., is an American chain of soft serve ice cream and fast-food restaurants owned by International Dairy Queen, Inc., a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway.

  8. The Linq - Wikipedia

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    The Book also features a self-serve beer wall and a food truck; the latter was added due to popular demand by millennials. The food menu and sports betting are accessed through tablet computers. Caesars intended for The Book to serve as a testing ground for new concepts, which could potentially be implemented at its other properties to attract ...

  9. Liquor Control Board of Ontario - Wikipedia

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    An earlier 1994 report from York University, created on behalf of the Ontario Liquor Boards Employees' Union, concluded there to be little governmental or public support for privatization. There may be political motivations to keep alcohol sales public as well, as the LCBO is an excellent source of sinecures for the sitting government.