DJI

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DJIDjibouti (ISO Country code)
DJIDienst Justitiële Inrichtingen (Dutch: Judicial Service Establishments; Ministry of Justice; Netherlands)
DJIDow Jones Index
DJIDeep Jive Interests (blog)
DJIDa-Jiang Innovations (China)
DJIDow Jones Interactive (online business information)
DJIDuodenum, Jejunum, Ileum (the three parts of the small intestine)
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Since becoming president and CEO in 2000, Hart has headed the Dow Jones Interactive and Reuters Business Briefing joint venture to form one Factiva culture and assemble a suite of market-leading Factiva-branded products and services.
com will replace Dow Jones Interactive and Reuters Business Briefing, and deliver for the first time, to schools, the content sets from these two existing products to provide a universally indexed, global content collection of nearly 8,000 sources in 22 languages from 118 countries.
Qpass, the leader in digital commerce services, has announced that Factiva, provider of the Web's widest and deepest archive of news and industry publications, will implement the Qpass Digital Commerce Service solution to enable the online sale of articles from its Dow Jones Interactive Publications Library to individual business consumers via the Internet.
Offered through Westlaw's integration of Dow Jones Interactive, Best's Company Reports databases provide monthly updates of financial information and ratings for a company's financial strength for approximately 3,700 property casualty companies and 2,000 life-health companies, representing virtually all of the significant and active insurance companies in the United States.
Available through Westlaw, the new service also features Dow Jones Interactive, a business intelligence service offered by Factiva, a Dow Jones & Reuters company.
The new joint operation will be known as Dow Jones Reuters Business Interactive LLC and will be headed by Timothy Andrews, a Dow Jones Interactive Publishing executive, who will oversee a team of financial veterans from both companies.
A similar-looking web site won a similar award from Dow Jones Interactive.
About Dow Jones Interactive Publishing Dow Jones Interactive Publishing provides business information to corporations and consumers by computer, telephone, facsimile and radio.
newspapers would be marketed shortly by Dow Jones Interactive Publishing of New York.
Focusing on the needs of business and information professionals, some features of Dow Jones Interactive include: o Ability to search thousands of sources simultaneously o Extensive archive of industry-specific and general-news publications o Powerful advanced search tools o Ability to print, download or e-mail the results of a search o News-tracking, enabling professionals to stay up-to-date on industry and company news
Of the two operations to be merged, Dow Jones Interactive had 1998 revenues of $125 million while Reuters Business Briefing had 1998 sales of $100 million.
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