Majocchi

Ma·joc·chi

(mah-yok'ē),
Domenico, Italian dermatologist, 1849-1929. See: Majocchi granulomas.
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E NT MAJOCCHI SRL (IN AVVALIMENTO CON LA FERRARIS SPA, LA TESSITURA LUIGI SANTI SRL E LA TECNOFABRIKA SRL)
In order to achieve the target to be accepted in the first group of EU economic integration, Italy not only needed to restructure its financial, economic policy and institutions, but also public administration and political institutions themselves (Bernasconi and Marenzi, 1998; Bianchi, 1998, 2000; Majocchi, 1998, 2000).
With the WLW transaction Seat has completed the largest acquisition since 2003 when the "new" Seat was born", Luca Majocchi, Group Chief Executive Officer of Seat Pagine Gialle, comments.
Ascendenze leopardiane e amore per il Tasso in Maria Majocchi in arte Jolanda (1864-1917).
Kedia, Dawn Keig, Christopher Kobrak, Alexei Koveshnikov, Torsten Kiihlmann, Peter Lamb, Ahreum Lee, Arie Lewin, Peter Ping Li, Peter Liesch, Leigh Anne Liu, Xiaohui Liu, Sarianna Lundan, Xufei Ma, Antonio Majocchi, Mary Maloney, Svetla Marinova, Robbert Maseland, Lars Matysiak, Indre Maurer, Ruth May, William McKinley, Fiona Moore, Karl Moore, Ana M.
Majocchi and Pavione (2003) stated that voluntary involvement in franchise business system is a strategic decision for developing long-term relations between separate business units, which are economically and legally effective, and could be developed into a successfully operating organizational model based on continual communication and cooperation.
Liesch, Leigh Anne Liu, Xiaming Liu, Cristina Lopez Duarte, Jim Love, Elmar Lukas, Sarianna Lundan, Nathan Lupton, Antonio Majocchi, Svetla Marinova, Indre Maurer, Victor Marshall, Sara L.
Acknowledgements: Antonio Majocchi gratefully acknowledges financial support from Cariplo Foundation International Recruitment Call: The internationalization of Italian firms: the role of intangibles, managerial resources, and corporate governance.