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HFMHyperion Financial Management (Oracle)
HFMHoly Family Memorial (Manitowoc, WI)
HFMHiroshima FM (Frequency Modulation; radio station; Japan)
HFMHedge Fund Manager (investing)
HFMHollow Fiber Membrane
HFMHauptfeuerwehrmann (German: Main Firefighter)
HFMHands Free Module (audio)
HFMHachette Filipacchi Medias (publisher)
HFMHindi Film Music
HFMHealth Facilities Management (journal)
HFMHairdressing for Men (UK)
HFMHolland Film Meeting (Netherlands Film Festival)
HFMHemifacial Microsomia
HFMHydraulic Fracture Monitoring
HFMHemophilia Foundation of Michigan
HFMHybrid Fighting Method (martial arts)
HFMHuman Factors and Medicine
HFMHuman Figure Model
HFMHeat Flow Meter
HFMHormone Fluctuation Model (weight training)
HFMHeritage Fund Management
HFMHub Filter Module
HFMHungry Fish Media, LLC (Cambridge, MA)
HFMHot-Film Air Mass Meter
HFMHult Fritz Matuszak (Peoria, IL)
HFMHigh Field Magnet
HFMHigh Frequency Module
HFMHybrid Fault Model
HFMHeavy Forces Modernization
HFMHigh Fidelity Mockup (Johnson Space Center; US NASA)
HFMHold for Merchandise (retail)
HFMHands Free Massage
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The company's book publishing subsidiary, Hachette Book Group USA, which currently has offices at 237 Park Avenue, and its magazine company Hachette Filipacchi Medias, currently located at 1633 Broadway, appear to be looking for space to consolidate under one roof.
Paris Match's owner, Arnaud Lagardere, is head of Hachette Filipacchi Medias, the world's biggest magazine publisher and owner of a leading French radio station and two cable TV networks.
The Hachette Filipacchi Medias (HFM) group has sold its Rotocalcografica Italiana subsidiary, specialising in helio magazine printing, to the Pozzoni group, one of the leaders in the sector in Italy.
Lagardere Medias, headed by Arnaud Lagardere, publishes around 200 magazines in 35 countries via Hachette Filipacchi Medias, including the likes of Elle, Premiere and Car and Driver and plans to develop thematic channels and interactive services based on its leading brand names.
France's Hachette Filipacchi Medias , the publishing unit of Lagardere Groupe, has agreed to raise its stake in Italy's Rusconi Editore to 90 % from 10 % .