- MGS Inc's acquisition of Maxey Companies. Weber, Rick // Trailer/Body Builders Exclusive Insight;9/5/2015, p7
The article announces the acquisition of trailer manufacturer Maxey Cos. by its counterpart MGS Inc. in Denver, Pennsylvania.
- EXHALE HARDER. CAMILLERI, HARLEY // Hot Bike;Oct2013, Vol. 45 Issue 10, p94
The article offers information on the Custom Bikes' True Dual exhaust system by MGS.
- Phones for flights. Ashley, Roberta // Cosmopolitan;Nov93, Vol. 215 Issue 5, p78
Introduces the 1-800-FLY-ASAP travel booker company. Services offered; Fee.
- 1996/97 Long Island rankings. // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);07/07/97, Vol. 44 Issue 27, p15
Presents a list of the 1996 and 1997 rankings of commercial agencies in Long Island, New York. Includes accounting firms; Advertising and PR agencies; Adult day care facilities.
- Outside wholesaler salespeople: For some, they remain essential. W.J. // Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News;11/29/93, Vol. 190 Issue 13, p14
Editorial. Argues against the termination of outside salespeople. Assessment of Jack Faulkner, president of Baker Brothers; Responsibility to inside salespeople; Benefit offered by the outside salesperson; Service as what wholesalers offer and discount houses don't; Quaint anachronism.
- Manufacturer's agent an asset in exporting. // Northern Ontario Business;Oct93, Vol. 13 Issue 12, Success Strategies p11
Discusses the importance of appointing a manufacturer's agent. Purpose; Approaches to selecting an agent; Contributions from FedNor's Market Access Program (MAP) located in Northern Ontario, Canada; Advantages of small firms.
- 10 percent perspiration. Kilday, Gregg // Entertainment Weekly;10/25/96, Issue 350, p70
Discusses the current state of entertainment agents in 1996. Creative Artists Agency's (CAA) loss of Michael Ovitz, Ron Meyer, and Bill Haber; International Creative Management (ICM); William Morris Agency; United Talent Agency (UTA).
- Taking a 10 percent byte. Hamilton, Kendall; King, Patricia // Newsweek;4/8/1996, Vol. 127 Issue 15, p59
Explores the proliferation of `cyberagents,' agents employed by interactive entertainment companies to help them secure deals in Silicon Valley. Commissions relatively small as of April 1996; The transition to the new-media world potentially difficult for traditional agents.
- Agents rep banks, trucks, but where's the bucks? Johnson, Ted // Variety;09/30/96, Vol. 364 Issue 9, p15
Focuses on developments related to commercial agents in the United States. Agents' expansion of their client lists; Impact on agents' business operations.