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.Founder and owner Bose, still a professor at MIT, keeps his company sharp with unconventional products and methods. The firm stands ... The first one was offered in 1983 in a Cadillac Seville. Contracts ... The firma#39;s speakers were also used in several space shuttle flights, beginning in 1992 with Endeavour. The criticallyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Hoover's Handbook of Private Companies 2000|
|Author||:||Hoover's Business Press, Hoover's, Incorporated|
|Publisher||:||Hoover's - 2000-03-01|