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  • | location = [[San Francisco]], [[California]] ...t owners, headquartered in [[San Francisco]], [[California]] with offices in [[Kyiv]], Ukraine and [[Shenzhen]], [[China]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Pet-Fri
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  • ...RI’s software has been installed over 4,500 times in five continents and in 41 countries.<ref name=capital>{{cite web|title=MRI Property Management Sof ...a Equity Partners|accessdate=14 April 2011}}</ref> with additional offices in [[Sydney, Australia|North Sydney, Australia]]; [[Kent|Kent, UK]]; [[Hong Ko
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  • ...n and Latin markets. He is professionally known as Giuseppe D. He was born in Weehawken, New Jersey on May 25, 1972 to parents Rubi (née Thache), a cosm ...al studios at this time and studied music at the Center for the Media Arts in New York City.
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  • * Managing partner in Accelerator Ventures * Financial backer in Zappos.com
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  • |location = [[Fuzhou]], China<br><small>With offices in:</small><br>[[Beijing]], China <br>[[Tokyo]], Japan<br>[[Seoul]], Korea<br> ...al]] software corporation headquartered in [[Fuzhou]], China, with offices in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and the United States.
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  • |location = 49 Geary St. Suite 530 <br />San Francisco, CA &nbsp;94108 '''Piston Cloud Computing, Inc.''' is a [[software]] company based in [[San Francisco]], [[California]], USA. Their core product is Piston OpenStack, designed fo
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  • {{notability|Companies|date=December 2013}} ...March Grassroots Group, April 15, 2001]</ref> VoterMarch is headquartered in New York City and included affiliate chapters VoterMarch DC, [[Seattle]] Vo
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  • | residence = [[San Francisco]], United States ...e Harvard-UCSF Slum Health Study<ref>{{cite web |url=http://hcwc.pukar.org.in/people/visiting-researchers |title=Visiting Scholars from Other Institution
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  • | caption = Sandy Kronenberg at the Madison building in [[Detroit]], Michigan ...nventor, and [[venture capital|venture capitalist]] at [[Ludlow Ventures]] in Detroit, Michigan.
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  • ...-in-the-us|title=Photo Sharing App 'Befunky' Launches iOS and Android Apps in the U.S.|publisher=Complex |date=September 5, 2012|accessdate=February 5, 2 ...e=BeFunky: Cartoonize Your Photos and Videos with One Click|publisher=Lost in Technology|date=June 8, 2009|accessdate=February 20, 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cit
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  • ...he bank subsequently merged with [[Export and Industry Bank]] (Exportbank) in 2001. ...]]. Sometime later that year, the bank opened as a one-branch thrift bank in what is today [[Pasig]].
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  • ...s. The [[Golden State Warriors]] were the first team to use the technology in its official app.<ref name = "Mashable">{{cite web |url=http://mashable.com [[Category:Companies based in San Francisco, California]]
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  • ...nized by the [[Kauffman Foundation]] for being among the “Top Innovators in America.” He was a recipient of the 2013 [[American Heart Association]] ...funding and guidance to accelerate the development of those discoveries. In its first year, the program attracted 130 applications from 53 institutions
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  • ...utive and entrepreneur. He is best known as the founder of several biotech companies devoted to curing genetic diseases. ...worked for a management consulting firm in [[San Francisco, California|San Francisco]].<ref name=Lawyer>Crowley, John. [http://www.nd.edu/~ndlaw/alumni/ndlawyer
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  • Haller was born on May 9, 1930 in Budapest, Hungary. ...ed the life of a 10 year old who’s care she was entrusted. Eva remained in hiding throughout World War II; but her brother, John, was killed crossing
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  • | location = [[San Francisco, California]], [[United States]] ...rtners]]. It launched the first [[Mobile Data Optimization]] (MDO) service in 2013.<ref>{{cite web|last=Rizzo|first=Joe|title=Wandera Launches First Corp
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  • ...rl= http://www.indexventures.com/team#profile_id_73}}</ref> Grainger lives in [[Hertfordshire]], [[United Kingdom]].<ref name="Forbes">{{cite news |title ...1989, and a PhD in [[Vascular]] Cell [[Biology]] from the same institution in 1992. He was a scholar and Bye-Fellow at [[Magdalene College]].<ref name="
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  • ...United States for four years from 2010 through 2013.<ref name="Inc 500" /> In 2012, Total Mortgage was named one of Connecticut's best workplaces by [[He ...erve the [[mortgage broker]] channel. Total Mortgage Wholesale is licensed in 30 states plus Washington D.C., according to its website.<ref>{{cite web|ti
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  • ...the late 20th century [[Internet]] boom in [[San Francisco, California|San Francisco]] and [[Silicon Valley]], [[California]]. ...n 1991, and a [[Juris Doctor|JD]] from [[Boston University School of Law]] in 1994. He is the only Media Lab alumnus to become a [[lawyer]].
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