HBC


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HBC

(in Canada) abbreviation for
(Commerce) Hudson's Bay Company
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Agreements with WeWork to lease retail space within select HBC department stores, beginning with the upper floors of the Hudson's Bay locations on Queen Street in Toronto and Granville Street in Vancouver and Galeria Kaufhof in Frankfurt.
IROCK is supplied with HBC technology by fellow Ohio company, Cleveland's Kraft Fluid Systems, a distributor of hydraulic components and electronic controls, which oversaw integration of the first remote system on a prototype crusher three years ago.
Retirement Advisors of America (RAA), one of the nation's largest independent registered investment advisors, said it has partnered with HBC Investments (HBC) to recapitalize the company.
Under a US real estate joint venture between HBC and Simon plans to purchase at least 40 of Kaufhof's owned or partially-owned properties for at least EUR 2.
From a scientific viewpoint, the story becomes more interesting in 1769, when the HBC participated in an initiative with the Royal Society to observe the transit of Venus between the earth and the sun.
The plan, according to the spokesperson for the HBC builder, is perfect for homeowners looking for a perfect blend of aesthetics, entertainment, and practicality.
The HBC transferred control of Rupert's Land to the British Crown with the 1869 Deed of Surrender after two centuries of proprietorship.
It seems that by simply dispensing a coupon for some hair care product, ShopRite may have been able to turn my wife into an HBC shopper at its store.
Coca-Cola HBC may seek to outsource its warehousing and distribution operations.
Sandel Medical donated a warehouse in Chatsworth for HBC to store the items, and it was there that volunteers converged Saturday to package the items to give to several charities for the third annual ``HBC Feeds'' event.
Officers of the two firms said that combining both existing breeding programs will allow the HBC to draw from a much wider pool of germplasm and speed up the development of new varieties.
Historians have long been drawn to study the trade, but Edith Burley's Servants of the Honourable Company is the first book length analysis of the labor history of the HBC.