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COCompany
COCentral Office (telecommunications/telephony)
COColorado (US postal abbreviation)
COCommanding Officer
COCarbon Monoxide
COCall-Out
COColombia
COChange Order
COCourse
COCash Out (mortgage refinancing)
COCounty
COConference
COCurrent Operations
COChief Officer
COCheckout
COCommand
COCabinet Office
COComo (Lombardia, Italy)
COColton (blood group)
COCertificate of Origin
COControlling
COCommunity Organizer (Philippines)
COCompliance
COChill Out
COConnection Oriented
COCombat (game, Natural Selection)
COCommunity Outreach
COCellular One
COComplain Of
COcrude oil
COCharlotte Observer (newspaper)
COCompliance Officer
COCardiac Output
COCobalt
COColchester (postcode, United Kingdom)
COCertificate of Occupancy
COConan O'Brien
COCorrectional Officer
COCommunications Officer
COCastor Oil
COColonial Office (UK)
COCargo Operations
COCommissioned Officer
COCompliance Order
COCaptain Obvious
COCutoff
COChinese Orchestra
COCompañía (Spanish)
COCornish (linguistics)
COContinental Airlines (airline code)
COCorrection Officer
COClinical Operations
COCovert Operations (gaming)
COClean Out (sewers/drains)
COCombinatorial Optimization (workshop)
COContracting Officer
COCash Order
COConsent Order
COConscientious Objector
COCorporación (Spanish)
COCertifying Officer
COCombined Operations (gaming)
COClerical Officer (obsolete, now AO)
COCollection Officer
COClothes Optional
COChampions Online (game)
COConstant Observation (medical care)
COCommand Output
COCircle Officer (India)
COCore Operation(s)
COClinical Officer (hospital)
COCommand Operations
COCommitment to Perform (common feature; Capability Maturity Model Integration)
COChief Operator
COConsoleone (Novell GUI)
COCargo Oil
COCombinatorics and Optimization (field of pure mathematics)
COContracting Official
COConvert Out
COConsumer Ombudsman (UK)
COConservation Operations
COConseiller d'Orientation (French)
COCase Operations
COCertified Orthotist (ABC)
COColumbia Orchestra (Ellicott City, MD)
COComitissa (Latin: Countess, Codices And Manuscripts)
COCustodial Officer
COConstraint Oriented
COChosen Overseer
COCoastal Chart
COCircuit Overseer (Jehovah's Witnesses)
COCaucasian Ovtcharka (dog breed)
COCommand Outpost
COCaptive Office (Nortel)
COConsolidated Obligation
COAir Post Official (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
COCiceronian Oration
COCombat Aptitude Area
COCongregation of the Oratory, Oratorians (religious order)
COComercializadora de Occidente SA (Guatemala)
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Stefaan Decraene, head of Dexia's Belgian operations, said, 'In countries like India or Mexico we no longer finance local councils, but France or in Belgium it's a core operation and it will stay that way.'
Dropping the $12.5-million-annual sales French clamping-device producer entails discontinuing an operation outside Sandvik's core operation, said Anders Thelin, president of Sandvik Tooling.
"If you didn't think the business was a core operation to begin with, you probably shouldn't have bought it.
The sale of this non core operation will allow Green Isle to focus on the development of their added-value frozen food business, supplying major retailers in both the UK and Ireland.
After an 18-month stint in Melrose Park, Smith accepted a job with Hiler Industries, Walkerton, Indiana, as a general foreman for its shell molding and core operation. This was Smith's first introduction to the jobbing foundry environment as well as to aluminum casting as Hiler cast both it and copper-base components.
Kurt Hellstrom, Ericsson's president, indicated that 50% of the company's operation is mobile systems while 20% is mobile phones and that there is about 30% of the company's operation that 'don't fit into the core operation, like the military division which is very profitable.'
The Depotbank services for investment companies no longer constitute a core operation, Commerzbank's COO Frank Annuscheit said, noting that the decision to divest the business reflected a strategic review.
McAlpine recently snapped up facilities management firm Stiell in an pounds 85m deal but will continue to seek more deals to boost its core operation.
Yasuda regards the life insurance business as a core operation.