Hudson's Bay Company


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Hudson's Bay Company

n
(Historical Terms) an English company chartered in 1670 to trade in all parts of North America drained by rivers flowing into Hudson Bay
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From that time, the Hudson's Bay Company enjoyed a monopoly of the Indian trade from the coast of the Pacific to the Rocky Mountains, and for a considerable extent north and south.
A still more formidable opposition was organized in the Hudson's Bay Company, chartered by Charles II.
Here stood the old Hudson's Bay Company fort; and here were many Indians, much food, and unprecedented excitement.
com)-- Etech Global Services, a leading business process outsourcer, announced they have been chosen by Hudson's Bay Company to provide Inbound Customer Service for Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor, two of Hudson's five department stores.
We believe that shopping is an entertainment experience, and the American Dream concept exemplifies that philosophy fully," said Richard Baker, Governor and Executive Chairman, Hudson's Bay Company.
THE HUDSON'S BAY Company headquarters in London diligently stored letters sent by family to Bay employees who could not receive them because, by the time they were delivered, the employee had returned to Britain, left the Company, or died.
The first, which is being highlighted in the Fort Umpqua Days events, was the British Hudson's Bay Company fort.
Richard Baker, Governor of Hudson's Bay Company, announced today that Jeffrey Sherman will be appointed Chief Executive Officer of Hudson's Bay Company.
NEW), the leading global provider of extended service plans, buyer protection services and product support, announced today it has been selected by the Hudson's Bay Company, a leading Canadian retailer, to provide product protection and support services for customers at more than 400 of their banner retail outlets.
As part of the Hudson's Bay Company brand portfolio, Saks operates 38 full-line stores in 22 states, five international licensed stores and saks.
Anglican priests had serVed as chaplains to the Hudson's Bay Company since the 17th century.
John Work was a chief trader for the Hudson's Bay Company and one the most active explorers of North America in his day.
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