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ZDZener Diode
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ZDZip Disk
ZDZenith Distance
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ZDZone de Détection (French: Detection Zone; security)
ZDZinc Depleted (biochemistry)
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and Ziff-Davis Media agreement is expected to provide advertisers with additional opportunities to communicate with and engage technology and video game buyers who are active across Yahoo!'s network of premium Web properties, enabling marketers to further support their strategies to create a voice with influential consumers.
Now that his current employer, Ziff-Davis, has become the third company in which he's led the financial work related to a restructuring and sale, Moyer is looking at the horizon and considering whether now is the time to consider teaching at the college level.
NL/NL publisher Marlene Jensen reflected on Bill Ziff's legendary marketing practices: "I used to compete against Ziff-Davis magazines in selling ads for CBS magazines, where I was publisher of Audio and later Home Mechanix.
Group sales are estimated to have declined 6.7% to 395 billion yen with the removal of Ziff-Davis and another U.S.
Soft- bank Corp., which owned more than 50% of Ziff-Davis, will own a 17% stake in the combined company.
The San Francisco-based Ziff-Davis, one of the leading publishers of computer-related magazines, launched ZDTV in May in an attempt to capitalize on the convergence of cable and the Internet.
He has a board seat at Ziff-Davis, with its becoming a public company in April 1998.
is creating an electronic edition of its parent company's Washington Post using computer on-line technology from Ziff-Davis Interactive, a division of New York-based computer magazine publisher Ziff-Davis Publishing.
Ziff-Davis acquired Logical Operations in 1991, along with The Cobb Group, Louisville-based publisher of journals, CDs, and other online media resources for computer education.
The service integrates over 1,000 interactive courses from various e-learning content developers such as Ziff-Davis, Education/element K and Skillsoft, bundled into training tracks to provide the skills required for positions within administration/support, marketing/sales, management/human resources, accounting/finance, customer service/help desk and IT professionals.
Also, Ziff-Davis Publishing said that, together with trade show producer DCI (Andover, MA), it will launch its first conference series.
Kingston Technology and Ziff-Davis, both of the United States, were acquired by Softbank in 1996.