company operator


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n company operator an operator who works for a company
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  • Source Unknown
    Source Unknown
    “Business conventions are important because they demonstrate how many people a company can operate without.”
  • Steve Ross
    Steve Ross
    “You can't operate a company by fear, because the way to eliminate fear is to avoid criticism. And the way to avoid criticism is to do nothing.”


In literature:

The State of Ohio has incorporated a number of turnpike companies, some of which have gone into operation.
"A New Guide for Emigrants to the West" by J. M. Peck
It had become the Company's property; but its tenant still remained in possession, pending the commencement of active building operations.
"Mugby Junction" by Charles Dickens
A railroad company operating into the city had subscribed five hundred guns.
"Hanover; Or The Persecution of the Lowly" by David Bryant Fulton
Many subsidiary companies were organized and operated, specializing in the various branches of Zeppelin work, experimenting and producing.
"Zeppelin" by Harry Vissering
Concealment of facts may and often does operate as a fraud on the company.
"Putnam's Handy Law Book for the Layman" by Albert Sidney Bolles
Whatever operations are necessary to get the trunk are the natural duties of the company and its employees.
"The Itching Palm" by William R Scott
The success of the large "catalogue" houses in America has been mainly due to the system as operated by the express companies.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 5, Slice 4" by Various
Two men were drowned in the surf at this stage of operations, the only fatalities suffered by the heroic company.
"The Book of Buried Treasure" by Ralph D. Paine
There is another consideration, and that is the moral obligation of the operating company to the public.
"Cyclopedia of Telephony and Telegraphy, Vol. 2" by Kempster Miller
The trucking companies out of Frederick have suspended operations.
"The Year When Stardust Fell" by Raymond F. Jones

In news:

Laura Ashley Inc announced last week that Kwan Ng has been named president of the company, overseeing the licensing operations and business strategy for North and South America.
Striking miners at Anglo American Platinum's operations in South Africa have accepted the company's latest pay offer and are returning to work, a labor leader said on Thursday, bringing an end to two months of labor unrest.
Lamina recently announced it has raised $7 million in a series D round of financing to expand company operations.
Sometimes as a landscaper you run across a piece of equipment that once you own it, you don't know how your company ever operated without it.
Here, they reflect on the value and impact of company certification to standards that address operational management issues, suc.
It is typically operated from a dedicated computer and gives high-status visibility to company and association logos.
He will primarily be responsible for managing the operations and strategic expansion of CyDex Pharmaceuticals, a specialty pharma company acquired by Ligand in January and overseeing Ligand 's R&D programs.
Hostess Brands Inc has warned striking workers that it might liquidate the company if plant operations didn't return to normal levels by Thursday afternoon.
Hostess Brands Inc has warned striking employees that it will move to liquidate the company if plant operations don't return to normal levels this afternoon.
He sold the company to Big Rock Sports LLC last summer and today more than 400 live-bait machines are operating.
Kirk MacDonald, chief operating officer of Creative Loafing Inc and publisher of the Chicago Reader, is leaving the company.
In his latest effort to revive New York's sagging economy, Mayor Michael Bloomberg is traveling to London in mid-March to entice British and foreign companies to set up new operations in the city, The Observer has learned.
She is responsible for all the financial operations for the company and its wholly owned subsidiary Magnet Applications Group Ltd (MAGL).
Every company, large or small, private or public operates under a basic and common business platform.
The gold camp was a support facility for gold dredges operated in the Ester area by the Fairbanks Exploration Company (F.

In science:

Rather, it is the founders and heirs of industrial dynasties and successful companies operating in new branches of economic activity whom we find there1 .
Emergent Statistical Wealth Distributions in Simple Monetary Exchange Models: A Critical Review
He is currently collaborating with INDRA company and the European Space Operation Center (ESOC) in the development of a holography system for the ESA Deep Space Antenna (DSA) system.
Near-Field Radio Holography of Large Reflector Antennas
For e.g. good communication skills are necessary in addition to strong technical skills to work comfortably with peers. Hence training in soft skills must be provided to faculty and students preferably with or without the co-operation of software companies.
Approaches to Curriculum and Teaching Materials to Bring Out Better Skilled Software Engineers-An Indian Perspective
The best way to illustrate homo economicus is maybe a company that is run by using optimization methods from operation research, applying supercomputers.
Fundamental and Real-World Challenges in Economics
Each of these interacting, codependent services and infrastructure components is often implemented, deployed, and maintained independently by a single company that, for reasons of competition, shares as few details as possible about the internal operation of its services.
Icebergs in the Clouds: the Other Risks of Cloud Computing