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(bon-nyā'),
Pierre, French clinician, 1861-1918. See: Bonnier syndrome.
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First Line has global clients across North America, Europe and Asia, including Tupperware, Bonnier Group, Dell Software, InnerWorkings, and others.
MTV is a leading Finnish media company that broadcasts news and entertainment 24 hours a day and is owned by the Swedish Bonnier Group, which is present in 16 countries.
NYSE:WMS), announced today that the Company has entered into an online content licensing agreement with Malta-based Bonnier Gaming, a wholly owned subsidiary of Scandinavian-based media conglomerate Bonnier Group.
In July last year, Odedina announced that after 14 years, she had decided to leave Bloomsbury and would soon join the Bonnier group as the Managing Director of their children's publishing company.
WORLDWIDE COMPUTER PRODUCTS NEWS-December 8, 2010-Adobe Digital Publishing Suite selected by Bonnier Group for newspaper tablet editions(C)1995-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
It was formed in 2007 when Sweden's Bonnier Group purchased 18 magazines from Time Inc.
and subsequently sold to The Bonnier Group of Sweden.
The paper, backed by the Swedish Bonnier Group, missed a hot business story about the international monetary fund calling for joint intervention to help prop up the euro.
The project management is ensured by the Bonnier Group, Krzos, Ad2iLe content of each element of the mission is set out in Annexes I and Ii of the Decree of 21 December 1993 the mission base is supplemented by limited partial assignments Exe the quantitative Ssi mission and a mission fund.
Carlsen Verlag is a part of the Swedish Bonnier Group.
First Line provides recognized expert services to companies in North America, Europe and Asia, including Tupperware, Bonnier Group, and ScriptLogic.
Since 2011, the company has completed countless digitalization projects for such companies as Bonnier Group (publishing), Vontobel (bank), Deutsche Bahn (railway) as well as the retailers Conrad Electronic and Kaiser's Tengelmann.