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  Category:Companies headquartered in Tokyo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tokyo, Japan is the economic center of Japan: most of Japan's printing, broadcasting, telecommunications, banking, insurance, and financial services companies are based there, and many prominent international corporations are either headquartered in Tokyo or have their main Japanese offices there.
While it is impossible to list them all, this article contains the names of some of the more prominent.
Many large Japanese companies are also headquartered in the adjoining cities of Chiba, Kawasaki and Yokohama.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Category:Companies_headquartered_in_Tokyo   (126 words)

 Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo Prefecture
Tokyo is the central place of politics, economy, culture and academics in Japan as well as the home of the Japanese emperor and the seat of the national government.
Tokyo is the only "metropolis" (都 to) in Japan, and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government has administrative authority over the 23 special wards comprising the inner city of Tokyo, with a combined population of 8,134,688 and area of 621.3 km2.
Tokyo's postwar "coming out" is often said to be the 1964 Summer Olympics, which publicized the city on an international stage and brought global attention to the Japanese miracle.
www.japan-101.com /geography/tokyo/tokyo.htm   (1233 words)

 What is Tokyo? : Abaara fun facts and uncommon knowledge - Tokyo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Tokyo is the central place of politics, economy, culture and academics in Japan as well as the home of the Japanese emperor and the seat of the national government, as well as a major business and financial centre for all of East Asia.
Tokyo literally means "eastern capital" in Japanese, a meaning in opposition to an old capital to the west, Kyoto, which was renamed "Saikyo", meaning "western capital", for a brief period of time in the 19th century.
During the war, Tokyo was heavily bombed, and much of the city was burned to the ground.
info.abaara.com /pac/Tokyo   (1519 words)

 Tokyo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
There is no city named "Tokyo." Tokyo is actually designated as a "metropolis" (都 -to), similar to a prefecture (県 -ken), consisting of 23 special wards (区 -ku), 26 cities (市 -shi), 5 towns (町 -cho or machi), and 8 villages (村 -son or mura) each having a local government.
The [[Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building in Shinjuku.]] Although it is counted as one of the 47 prefectures of Japan, it is technically not a prefecture.
Tokyo is also part of the Greater Tokyo Area, which includes the surrounding prefectures of Kanagawa, Saitama and Chiba.
tokyo.ask.dyndns.dk   (2796 words)

 Gaming Industry Stock Directory, Online gaming stocks, Gaming Hardware: Platforms and Peripherals, Game Developers, ...
The Company, through subsidiaries, operates and consolidates 16 wholly owned casino hotels located in the United States of which seven are located in Nevada; three are located in Atlantic City, New Jersey; five are located in Mississippi, and one is located in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The Company's core market is the lottery industry, for which it designs, sells and operates a suite of lottery-enabled point-of-sale terminals that are electronically linked with a centralized transaction processing system, which mediates lottery funds between the retailer, where a transaction is enabled, and the lottery authority.
The Company's wagering systems include a central computer installation that is comprised of computer hardware and a commercially available operating system, used in conjunction with the DataTrak application software; the Datamark and Intelimark families of point-of-sale devices, and the communication network to interface the terminals to the central computer installation.
www.gamingindustrystocks.com /GIS/Stock_List.asp   (8911 words)

 Khronos Contributing Members
Acrodea, Inc., headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, is a developer of hi-tech mobile phone technologies that deliver new data services to the mobile industry.
The company's power amplifiers, front-end modules, direct conversion transceivers and complete system solutions are at the heart of many of today's leading-edge multimedia handsets, cellular base stations and wireless networking platforms.
The Company was founded in 1992, has offices in the United States, Europe and Japan and counts Motorola, Mitsubishi, Sony, NEC, Kyocera, and Sharp among its investors.
www.khronos.org /members/contributors.html   (5518 words)

 New York City - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is also home to the headquarters of the United Nations and to some of the world's most famous skyscrapers.
Popularly known as the "Big Apple" or the "Capital of the World", the city attracts large numbers of immigrants—over one-third of its population is foreign-born—as well as people from all over the United States who come for its culture, diversity, fast-paced lifestyle, cosmopolitanism, and economic opportunity.
The city is the national headquarters of the four major American broadcast television networks, ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/New_York_City   (7440 words)

 MIG: Member List   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Discera (www.discera.com) Discera is a fabless semiconductor company that breaks the cost, miniaturization and power barriers of current wireless technology through the development of integrated microcomponents and solutions for multi-band applications.
The Company’s CMP systems ensure that the surface of the wafer on which the chips are being formed remains flat after each layer of material is added and clean for the next layer.
NEXUS (nexus-mems.com) NEXUS is a non profit Association headquartered in Grenoble with the aims of providing microsystems professionals with access to strategic guidance through reports containing the most up-to-date analysis of markets, technologies, applications, and long-term trends.
www.memsindustrygroup.org /memberslist.asp   (3217 words)

 6 Indian companies storm Fortune 500 list
The US-based energy giant ExxonMobil tops the list of Fortune Global 500 companies, which would be published in the August issue of the CNN-Time Warner group magazine that hits the news stands on July 24.
Among the six Indian companies on the list, IOC holds the top rank at 153rd position, followed by RIL at 342th rank, BPCL at 368, HPCL at 378th, ONGC at 402nd and the new entry SBI has been placed at 498th rank.
Paris holds the second position with 27 companies, while New York is at third position with 24 companies, followed by London at fourth rank with 23 companies and Beijing at fifth position with 15 Fortune Global 500 firms.
www.rediff.com /money/2006/jul/13fortune.htm   (430 words)

 Key Organisations
The afagrict-l mailing list was established as a mechanism to foster this dialogue, to draw together the experience of others in this area and to develop a forum for the consideration of appropriate strategies.
The GTC works with companies, individuals and organisations who are wiling to volunteer their time, expertise and resources to help spread the social and economic benefits of access to information technology.
The ITU, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland is an international organization within which governments and the private sector coordinate global telecom networks and services.
www.big-world.org /links/72.asp   (4355 words)

 Leisure Sector Shows Promise for Investors - Timeshare and Lodging Companies Top List of Good Bets / Bear Stearns / Jan ...
Investors would do well to focus on lodging companies with property concentrations in the urban east and west coast markets, where occupancy rates exceed the national average and new construction of hotels is extremely limited.
The company's business includes corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions, institutional equities and fixed income sales and trading, private client services, derivatives, asset management, correspondent clearing, securities lending and custody services.
Headquartered in New York City, the company has approximately 9,400 employees located in domestic offices in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles and San Francisco; and an international presence in Beijing, Buenos Aires, Dublin, Hong Kong, London, Lugano, Sao Paulo, Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo.
hotel-online.com /Neo/News/PressReleases1999_1st/Jan99_GoodBets.html   (1374 words)

 Aronsson's Telecom History Timeline
Elcomsoft, is arrested by the FBI after Adobe brought allegations that Sklyarov had circumvented the company's e-book copy protection mechanisms (a simple ROT-13 substitution), supposedly a crime against the U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).
Companies that need their second round of venture capital funding, don't find any capital.
a pressconference, Russian group of companies Elbrus report that in their first year of operation they have developed a SPARC-compatible processor V8 and a workstation based on it, running a localized version of the Solaris operating system.
aronsson.se /hist.html   (19139 words)

 ICANN | Descriptions and Contact Information for ICANN-Accredited Registrars
Headquartered in Izmit, Turkey Alantron is dedicated to provide innovative and easier domain name registration services to individuals and organizations.
The company provides on-line registration services for domain names in a variety of extensions and other integrated Internet services, and specializes in providing automatic and premium registration services for ISPs, corporations, law-offices and others.
The company has been involved in domain registration since 1996, and has registered domain names for companies, and organizations, in all 50 states and 37 foreign countries.
www.icann.org /registrars/accreditation-qualified-list.html   (3068 words)

 VotingMachineCompanies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The FEC lists only 19, the Texas-based National Association of State Election Directors (NASED) lists 16 that are 'industry certified' (which are outmoded and voluntary guidelines), while the IFES Buyers Guide lists about 64 companies worldwide that appear to be engaged in electronic voting.
These companies, Garden State Elections (Mt.Holly, NJ) and Elec-tec (Birmingham, AL - !http://www.birminghamchamber.com/news/2001/feb/newspg2_0101.html), were used to conceal transactions involving election services industry giant Sequoia Pacific, according to court documents, which fingered that company last week for orchestrating a 10-year long bribery scheme involving the Commissioner of Elections for Louisiana.
The president of that company, Ransom Shoup II, was convicted in 1979 of conspiracy and obstruction of justice related to an FBI inquiry into a lever machine-counted election in Philadelphia.
www.ecotalk.org /VotingMachineCompanies.htm   (8831 words)

 ISPCON: Faculty List
Companies who gain his nod are very fortunate, for his opinion holds tremendous weight with other people in the business.
During his tenure, it was the most profitable division in the company and provided the capital to help position the company to diversify their product lines.
Heinrich was involved with the initial company establishment, and is currently involved with the daily activities of class 5 telephony switch operations.
www.ispcon.com /spring2004/attend-faculty.asp   (12291 words)

 PSEPC :: Home :: Programs :: National security :: Listed entities
It was also responsible for several other mysterious chemical incidents in Japan in 1994, and has been accused of detaining members against their will, extortion, kidnapping members who decided to leave, and even murdering members who either refused to turn over all their possessions or to return to the sect.
It is headquartered in the Basque provinces of Spain and France, but has bombed Spanish and French interests elsewhere.
Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, leader of the group Hezb‑e Islami Gulbuddin (HIG) espouse an Islamist anti‑Western ideology whose political or religious objective is the overthrow of the administration of Afghan President Hamid Karzai, the elimination of all Western influence in Afghanistan and the creation of an Islamist fundamentalist state.
www.psepc.gc.ca /prg/ns/le/cle-en.asp   (5793 words)

 Silicon Valley Sleuth: December 2005
The company later further clarified that it is already shipping the new functionalities, including Media Player 11, in the CTP that was released on Monday.
The listed PO Box is used by several other businesses, all of which are related to Baou.com, a seemingly obscure publishing company.
In a strong reminder to days of the internet hype, companies are looking at their existing product line-ups and try to take short cuts to enable them for the digital home.
www.siliconvalleysleuth.com /2005/12/index.html   (8555 words)

The list is comprised of companies that have the potential to become one of the magazine’s “25 Fastest-Growing Tech Companies” in the future.
“These companies are all unique in their own way, especially with the products and services that they offer.
The company was picked by Forbes for its "Top Ten To Watch in 2005" list of top privately-held technology companies and was ranked number 205 on the INC 500 list of fastest growing private companies.
www.quintum.com /news/press.html?id=101   (609 words)

 List of Companies that have Reportedly Announced and/or Implemented Cash Balance Conversions (as of 5/99)!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The goal for obtaining information on other company C-B or 'hybrid' plan coversion and details is to enable employees to understand and compare what is happening to their own personal benefits.
This list was initially started with an excerpt (list of companies) provided to cashpensions webmaster by a site visitor which came from a "Pensions and Investments," May 31, 1999 publication.
If/when additional company names or employee data is received from other cashpensions webstite visitors/submitters, this list and/or info on the companies will be updated.
www.cashpensions.com /alluscb.html   (4422 words)

 The Watchman Expositor: Index of Cults and Religions
Aum Shinri Kyo, Shoko Asahara, Tokyo, Japan: Aum (a mantra) Shinri Kyo (Supreme Truth) is the apocalyptic Buddhist sect suspected in the 1995 subway nerve gas murders in Japan.
He and many of his most devout followers were killed when their headquarters near Waco, TX, was destroyed by fire in 1993 during a government raid.
Teachings are also advanced through affiliated business management companies such as Sterling Management Systems, the drug prevention program Narcanon, and in public schools though Way to Happiness.
www.watchman.org /cat95.htm   (14256 words)

 Silicon Hills of Austin / Links Plus - metalinks.com
Austin, Texas, is home to a diverse group of high-tech companies and organizations, including its most well-known anchor, Dell.
The companies and organizations listed below have offices and an online presence in the Austin area.
This list is certainly not definitive and we apologize in advance for leaving anyone out.
metalinks.com /hills.htm   (104 words)

 Internet Directory of Embedded Development Products and Services
Entries are listed by alphabetical order of vendor name.
The company helps engineers develop products faster, more reliably, and with a lower cost per seat through a combination of affordable CodeTAP emulators, full-scale emulators, source-level debuggers, and a growing family of other compatible design tools.
Local Knowledge is headquartered in New Hampshire, but has facilities in both London and Tokyo.
www.compapp.dcu.ie /~cdaly/embed/comp_dir.html   (1826 words)

Enigma is the only software company delivering a complete aftermarket platform that improves the profitability of the installation, operation and maintenance of complex equipment.
Enigma is a privately held company, headquartered in Burlington, Mass., with offices in San Francisco, London, Paris, Munich, Tokyo and Tel Aviv.
The company's mission is to be a worldwide leading-edge technology solutions and services provider, creating value for its customers through proactive client partnerships, dedication to its employees, continuous quality improvement, and long-term financial strength.
www.enigma.com /e/news/st.cfm   (1018 words)

 FORTUNE's Global 500 2006
See the full list of the world's largest corporations, including detailed company profiles and contact information.
Tokyo is home to the most Global 500 company headquarters.
On FORTUNE's global list, General Electric is No. 1 again, for the sixth time in eight years.
money.cnn.com /magazines/fortune/global500   (365 words)

 Gale - Press Room - 2004 - Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Corbis is headquartered in Seattle, with offices in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, London, Paris, Dusseldorf, Vienna, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, and Tokyo.
Food specialists, eminent anthropologists, archaeologists, historians, food critics, folklorists and economic historians were gathered from around the world to examine this universal topic and its place in cultures.
The Codie Awards program is the only peer recognition program in the software and information industry, providing a unique opportunity for companies to compete for the praise of their competitors.
pressroom.gale.com /index.php/2004/01   (2870 words)

 Maxwell School of Syracuse University
An on-line list of Maxwell School experts, available for comment on the news and trends of the day.
He has been a consultant to the U.S. General Accounting Office; the states of New York, Ohio and Kentucky; and several Fortune 500 companies.
He received a Ph.D. in public administration from Ohio State University in 1980.
www.maxwell.syr.edu /news/expertise/bios.asp   (8158 words)

 worldwide record labels list
BassDrive is also a new record label promoting US drum and bass.
BMG Entertainment is the global music division of Bertelsmann AG, one of the world's leading media companies.
Website for one of the UK's leading DJ Agencies, Record Labels and Events companies.
www.spraci.com /labels/labelsw.htm   (2498 words)

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