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May 10, 2013
PARKER WALDRIP HOWARD
Business information services, namely, providing a compilation of data and statistics for the finance industry; Business research services, namely, providing analysis of retail data on businesses and industries; Business services provided to the finance industry, namely, the collection, reporting, and analysis of credit and financial data for business purposes; Business information services, namely, gathering and reporting information regarding small and mid-sized businesses owned by others and making it available to other companies for commercial and finance purposes; Statistical analysis and financial data reporting services for business purposes; Business risk assessment services; Business risk management services; Business research services, namely, providing analysis of business data on a regional, industry-wide and aggregate basis; 100; 101; 102; 100; 101; 102
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