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Antitrust Laws State and federal laws designed to maintain and preserve business competition. The Sherman Antitrust Act (1890) is the principal federal statute covering competition, which is defined by most courts as "that economic condition in which prices are determined by market forces without interference from private concerns and there is reasonable freedom of entry into most businesses."
Apartment Building A building having separate units for permanent tenants who rent or lease them. The owner of the building provides common facilities, such as lights, heat, elevator and garbage disposal services, and maintains common entrances and hallways.
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Phi Delta Phi. Phi Beta Kappa. Valedictorian, Class of Spring 2007. Chair, Order of the Curule. Articles Research Editor, Tulsa Law Review, 2006-2007. National Merit Scholar. Recipient: Outstanding Student Award, Oklahoma Bar Association; Fenelon Boesche Award; Judge Tom Brett Criminal Law Award; George and Jean Price Award; F.M. Rowell, Sr., Award; Judge W. Lee Johnson Award; CALI Excellence for the Future Award. Participant, University of Tulsa Summer Institute in European and International L
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Author: Steven C. Ingham, Katie L. Becker Melody A. Fanslau, "Comparison of the Baird-Parker agar and 3M Petrifilm Staph Express Count plate methods for enumeration of Staphylococcus aureus in naturally and artificially contaminated foods," 66 Journal of Food Protection 1251 (Nov. 2003); Steven C. Ingham, Jill A. Losinski, Katie L. Becker Dennis R. Buege, "Growth of Escherichia Coli O157:H7 and Salmonella Serovars on Raw Beef, Pork, Chicken, Bratwurst and Cured Corned Beef: Implications for HAC
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In 2007, there were 106,824 black-owned employer firms, an increase of 13.0 percent from 2002. These firms employed 921,032 person and had a total payroll of $23.9 billion, an increase of 22.2 percent and 36.3 percent respectively from 2002. In 2007, these firms generated $98.9 billion in receipts, an increase of 50.2 percent from 2002. In 2007, employer firms accounted for 5.6 percent of the total number of black-owned firms and 71.9 percent of black-owned firms’ gross receipts. Average receipts for these black-owned employer firms in 2007 were $925,427.
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In 2007, 1.8 million black-owned firms had no paid employees, an increase of 64.5 percent from 2002. These nonemployer firms generated $38.6 billion in receipts, an increase of 69.0 percent from 2002. In 2007, nonemployers accounted for 94.4 percent of the total number of black-owned firms and 28.1 percent of gross receipts. Average receipts for these black-owned nonemployer firms in 2007 were $21,263.
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Among U.S. counties, Honolulu County, Hawaii, had the largest number of Native Hawaiian-owned firms at 6,047 (28.6 percent of all Native Hawaiian-owned firms), with receipts of $1.4 billion (33.3 percent of all Native Hawaiian-owned firms' receipts).
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