And the companies have raised far more than $1 billion from investors.
With rates rising and the outlook unsure, some big companies say it's a good time to pay down debt.
The $400 million (yearly sales) survey company collects and analyzes consumer and worker preference data for 9,000 brands, including the Air Force, Aramark, BMW, Pfizer, Target, and Walt Disney.
Trump's "political malpractice" seems to have crippled suburban Republicans, but the strategy is popular elsewhere.
The pension board "does not appear to have the expertise to be able to adequately ovesee the current complex strategies employed by (its own) Investment Office"
What trade war?
"We become the only vendor that can serve all levels of the market and all users of cloud analytics."
"It is news to me," said the manager.
Judge ruled David Danon can change his retaliation complaint so it may be covered by whistleblower protections
Delaware State University is an exception to the Darwinian trend that pits public universities against one another, as well as private colleges, for a diminishing pool of high school grads.
The filing happened 11 days after CloudMine's lead investor, Safeguard Scientifics, wrote off the last of its $10.5 million investment, and the firm was unable to borrow money to stay in business.
"Nothing like this exists in Boston."
"Where are the jobs? Where is the local market center? They should give the money back"
"We remain on track" for next Spring's breakups, said CEO Ed Breen
If Tuesday's vote goes the wrong way, will hackers enable losers to challenge vote results?
The company's proposed executive pay package includes a $3 million bonus for chief executive John T. Standley.
"Amazon keeps growing like crazy, but its apparel sales feel like a big flea market these days. We think the experience should be a little more fun."