On and off the block in recent years, Oakstone Publishing LLC was recently sold by Haights Cross Communications Inc.
What does HCC stand for?
HCC stands for Haights Cross Communications (New York)
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We have 646 other meanings of HCC in our Acronym Attic
- Home and Community-Based Services Waiver
- Hellenic Canadian Board of Trade (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
- Horizontal Current Bipolar Transistor
- Home Care Business Unit (UK)
- Home and Community Based Waivers (Medicaid program)
- Home Counties Boxer Welfare (England, UK)
- Home and Community Based Waiver Services
- Hepatic Uroporphyria Caused by Hexachlorobenzene
- Hackett Catholic Central (high school)
- Hagerstown Community College (Hagerstown, MD)
- Haitian Centers Council, Inc.
- Hallelujah Comunity Church (Shizuoka, Japan)
- Hamilton Caving Club (caving hut; New Zealand)
- Hamilton City Council (New Zealand)
- Hampshire County Council
- Hampstead Cricket Club (UK)
- Hand-Crafted Creations
- Hard Case Crime (novels)
- Hard Coking Coal
- Harford Community College (Maryland)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Medical information publisher Oakstone Publishing (Birmingham, AL), a unit of Haights Cross Communications (White Plains, NY), has begun the publication of "Orthopaedic Practice Management," a monthly newsletter designed to address the practice management challenges of orthopaedic surgery practices.
Personal Best, a leader in employee wellness publishing and a Haights Cross Communications company, is celebrating the 25th anniversary of Personal Best Healthlines.
Haights Cross Communications (White Plains, NY) has sold its Andrews Publications (Wayne, PA) legal and business publishing unit to West (Eagen, MN), a unit of Thomson Corp.
Haights Cross Communications (White Plains, NY), provider of audio books, state specific test preparation materials for grades K-12, supplemental reading materials for grades K-6 and audio reviews of medical literature through four main business segments, had first quarter 2006 revenues of $51.