An obscure product made by a company with an obscure name has markets excited.
Her two-year-old company M3 Girl Designs now sells 50,000 necklaces per month.
But by the late 1990s, the Savoy brand had petered out and the company was selling off bits and pieces.
It went on to accuse the company itself of misleading the committee and acting to cover up the scandal.
Along with Abigail Beckel, in 2006 Rooney founded Rose Metal Press, a company dedicated to publishing hybrid genres.
She did the things set aside for festivals, or the days when we have company.
I nod in company, I wake at night, Fools rush into my head, and so I write.
Germain felt ill at ease in this company, and did not eat heartily.
It was not impossible, and I determined that my late passengers should not be burdened with his company.
I pay him $25, and I go to the talking-machine company and the company does not dare to proceed.
mid-12c., "large group of people," from Old French compagnie "society, friendship, intimacy; body of soldiers" (12c.), from Late Latin companio (see companion). Meaning "companionship" is from late 13c. Sense of "business association" first recorded 1550s, having earlier been used in reference to trade guilds (c.1300). Meaning "subdivision of an infantry regiment" is from 1580s. Abbreviation co. dates from 1670s.