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CPA

An abbreviation for certified public accountant. A CPA is a trained accountant who has been examined and licensed by the state. He or she is permitted to perform all the tasks of an ordinary accountant in addition to examining the books and records of various business organizations, such as corporations.

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Each year, individuals from the Computer Press Association, in conjunction with Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, select a panel of veteran journalists and academics to judge the contest.
NEW YORK, June 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Recognizing her role as an editorial trailblazer, Robin Raskin, editor-in-chief of FamilyPC, was named "Best Columnist" by the Computer Press Association.
NEW YORK, June 23 /PRNewswire/ -- At an award ceremony held last night, PC World was honored as the "Best Overall Computing Magazine," by the Computer Press Association.
The CPAs, the preeminent editorial awards of the computer and technology media, are bestowed annually by the Computer Press Association to recognize excellence in the coverage of computing issues in print, broadcast, and online media.
Last year, Inter@ctive Week was cited by the Computer Press Association as the industry's Best Overall Trade Weekly or Tabloid.

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