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Organizations with which the company is registered.
Find the labels for all coded values across attributes not found in one of the other lookup tables.
Brands sold by the business. Location may be an independent, licensed seller of a certain brand, or perhaps owned directly by the manufacturer.
Coding which is specific to an industry, to better describe the function they perform.
Canadian Census Divisions refer to the census geographic units as defined by the Canadian government.
Assigned to particular industries, such as auto and machinery dealers, where a particular model is sold.
Core Based Statistical Areas as defined by the Federal Office of Management and Budget.
Corporate chain to which a place belongs. This includes both franchises and store-owned corporate families.
Municipalities in the United States and Canada along with common aliases.
Counties refer to the Census defined counties.
Combined Statistical Areas as defined by the Federal Office of Management and Budget.
Job Functions describe the type of work an employee performs in their organization.
The list of all hospitals referred to by their AHA Code for physician listings found in the database.
The list of all medical schools referred to by their State School Code for physician listings found in the database.
The Medical Specialties table includes the list of all medical and dental specialties.
Infogroup’s proprietary adaptation of the North American Industry Classification System.
Postal Codes for the United States and Canada.
Type of service provided or license held, typically by physicians and attorneys.
Professional titles collected on Contacts with professional licenses and/or degrees.
Religious affiliation of a church.
Infogroup's proprietary Standard Industrial Classification system.
Job titles collected for Contacts, representing the roles and responsibilities of the Contact at the Place.
Additional information about the relationship between Yellow Page Codes and SIC Codes.