Now in its 19th edition, this comprehensive directory details companies active in multimedia, which continues to evolve alongside the industry that it tracks. The text contains details of approximately 16,000 companies. Entries include company descriptions and classifications by activity, sector, platform, product type, size, turnover and more. The database section is indexed. This year articles from industry leaders and shapers, as well as interviews with heads of trend-setting companies and a round-up of statistics, should make this a useful item for professionals in the industry, and those who purchase multimedia professionally.
Release on 2000-03 | by Hoover's Business Press,Hoover's, Incorporated
Author: Hoover's Business Press,Hoover's, Incorporated
Category: Big business
Hoover's Handbook of Private Companies covers 800 nonpublic U.S. enterprises with revenues in excess of $600 million, including large industrial and service corporations like UPS and Goldman Sachs; hospitals and health care organizations such as Blue Cross; charitable and membership organizations including the Ford Foundation; mutual and cooperative organizations such as the United States Postal Service; and major university systems, including The University of Texas Systems. This book features 250 in-depth Hoover's profiles (similar to the one shown on page 2) plus 550 shorter entries (as illustrated below). Company logos are shown for many of the profiled companies. Hoover's Handbook of Private Companies also includes lists of companies ranked by sales and by number of employees, plus Inc.'s list of fastest-growing private companies. It is indexed by headquarters location and industry, and by the people, companies and brand names mentioned in the profiles.
This guide presents hard-to-locate information about the top private companies in the US. This edition includes basic profiles of the largest 500 non-public enterprises in the US: in-depth profiles of 250 top private companies in the US; and indexes by location, industry and people, and products. Each of the basic profiles contains a brief overview of the company operations, lists of products, key competitors, the latest sales and employment figures, executives' names, headquarters addresses, and phone and fax numbers.
In All Roads Lead to the Text Dean Deppe offers a user-friendly guide to biblical exegesis and interpretation. Far from a dry, theoretical handbook, this book's example-based approach enlivens the exegetical task and offers immediate payoff by constantly applying concepts to specific texts. Deppe focuses on eight methods that biblical scholars use, from analyzing literary, grammatical, and structural elements to investigating historical and cultural backgrounds to exploring the history of interpretation. Deppe explains each approach using several concrete examples from both Old and New Testament texts, and every chapter concludes with practical, text-based questions for study and discussion.