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Family and peer groups also exert influence on the service provider selection process, along with the providers' quality of customer service.
It is for all who can exert influence on both sides to do just that and make the difference that could save a life.
Importantly, from a rating perspective, Nationwide Mutual, as the larger operation does exert influence on the ratings at NFS.
Importantly, from a rating perspective, Nationwide Mutual as the larger operation does exert influence on the ratings at NFS.
Fitch does not apply a strict group rating approach to the Nationwide enterprise, however, Nationwide Mutual as the larger operation does exert influence on the debt ratings at NFS and insurer financial strength ratings at Nationwide Life.
BE chose individuals such as Motown CEO Kedar Massenburg, Soul Food Producer Felicia Henderson, and HBO Home Video President Henry McGee because they exert influence at entertainment's highest levels.
While these bodies exert influence in licensing, their activities also help insurers assess the risks inherent in HIPAA.
Our goal is to support a positive work environment where stakeholders in a company can exert influence without concern.
To exert influence in any competitive industry today, companies need to incorporate solid technology backbones into their IT infrastructures to drive future growth," said Peter Samson, vice president and general manager, Technology Sales Development, Unisys Corporation.
Individuals and organizations must exert influence and work in tandem with the Internet service providers and related companies to achieve this goal and leave litigation behind.
Using alters in one's personal network to obtain information about jobs or to exert influence to help clients gain employment makes it possible for clients to become members of the social networks of social workers.
They have a substantial shareholding and for that they get a seat on the board and exert influence that way.