Citibank, N.A.

“Very knowledgeable in the subject matter. [The instructor's] examples speak volumes of his level of experience.”
David Kim, Manager

Dow Chemical Company

“…I had been ignorant of the considerable influence you and your writings were already having on the young men of our patent-legal staff. Thus, as shown in the brochure, Dow representatives have been in attendance at previous seminars. Also, I find copies of your book have been purchased and placed on the shelves of our libraries where they are in demand by our people as textbooks on negotiation”

ExxonMobil Corporation/Esso

“On behalf of our management and staff, I would like to express to the Institute our complete satisfaction with the recent efforts of [Instructor] at our site. Response from participants indicated that people found the session to be both stimulating and productive. [Instructor] did an admirable job of determining our needs and working to meet them.”
Dennis Poller Ph.D., President, Exxon Biomedical Sciences, Inc.

Sony Corporation

“I am anxious to use what I have learned.”
Stephen Yoon, Director of Marketing

AT&T Corporation

“Excellent seminar…relevant to our current business climate, realistic in its approach.”

Columbia University in the City of New York

“…Wise, full of insights.”

Pharmacia & Upjohn

*Pharmacia & Upjohn is now a part of GE Healthcare Worldwide
“I am writing on behalf of Pharmacia & Upjohn to express our deep appreciation for your participation in the “Leadership and Influence Networks” Conference last September. We have received innumerable positive comments form the participants and have concluded the entire conference was a success. As any success can only be a result of the sum of the individual parts, we are particularly thankful for your efforts in this regard. Each participant came away from the conference with enthusiasm and team spirit, which was our goal. Thank you for helping us to achieve this result. We hope that you enjoyed being with us, as much as we enjoyed having you.”
Ann Margret Sjogren, Ph.D.; Director, Group Research

Bank of America

“[The instructor] brought more to the presentation that we expected – a world class business background and personal competence as a negotiator. Through his credibility, factual anecdotes and animated style, he was able to instill in the class a renewed commitment to Bank of America’s ‘win-win’ negotiation policy.”
Jim Schnieder, Technology Asset Manager & Michael Davidson, Vice President


“I am pleased to report to you that the Negotiating Skills Seminar…was a complete success. The feedback I received from the participants was positive and left them wishing for more. [The instructor] did a masterful job in presenting the course.”
Ronald E. Brandt, Senior VP of Operations

Pertamina (Perusahaan Pertambangan Minyak dan Gas Bumi Negara, lit. ‘State Oil and Natural Gas Mining Company’) – Indonesia

“Very, very useful for those who need to do a lot of negotiations with the government. I can apply it straight away once I return to my office.”
Commercial Manager


“We’re very happy with the results of what we took away from the one-day workshop…We had [people] say, it was definitely beneficial, they took away some key things…[The instructor] really did take the time to stop discussion and questions…it led to a level of comfortableness with the regional managers to really seek him out for his experiences.”
Shannon Morris, National Sales Training Manager

Tyco International, Ltd.

“[Instructor] was an excellent presenter. He kept us fully engaged. I can tell you that I learned a lot myself and consider it to have been a positive experience for me.”

British Petroleum (BP)

“Very good presentation; well communicated”
Director, Power Development

Coopers & Lybrand Company

*Coopers & Lybrand became PriceWaterhouseCoopers in 1997
“… thanks again for the great job you did for our firm’s partners and managers –as I mentioned to you on the phone we had several occasions to directly use the advice you gave us…”


“The reaction…to [The instructor]’s presentation was overwhelmingly favorable. Most of the students thought it was the best program they have ever encountered [here].”
Carl E. Mohrwinkel, Employee Development Specialist

GM Powertrain

“[The instructor] did an excellent job for us…in order to prepare us for negotiations this summer.”
T.E. Quinn, General Supervisor of Labor Relations

BNP Paribas S.A. – Paris

“… great job. Keep up the good work.”
Human Resource Department Head

McKean Defense Group

“The seminar went very well. All of the participants seemed to enjoy, and all walked away with better understanding of negotiation. The simulation and critical thinking exercises really helped to spark critical thoughts on how these processes could potentially help in their everyday jobs. [The instructor] did an excellent job fielding any questions participants may have had. An internal survey produced results that this is an activity that should be done again. We will highly recommend your company to other programs who may be doing similar program reviews.”
Courtney Brown, Project Integrator

Bank of Montreal (BMO)

“The feedback from the Bank personnel who attended your April 25th seminar has been very positive. You made it an enjoyable learning experience for the group which no doubt contributed to the overall success of our conference.”
T.D. Campbell, VP & Sr. Credit Officer Bank of Montreal

Ashland Coal, Inc.

*Ashland Coal became Arch Coal in 1997
“Your material was very informative and enjoyable and all comments from the attendees were very favorable.”

SBM Offshore

“I think [the instructor] is very good, he knows the subject, it makes it interesting. There’s no boredom in the classroom, people feel engaged. I think the content and the way that it is delivered is good….I think you guys did a good job in having the coursework reflect our actual projects, that was appreciated.”
Bryan Kindig

Rexam PLC

“The class was great, everyone was very participative. They really liked the case studies. I think [the instructor] is obviously a huge source of experience when it comes to these kinds of things. Overall, it was a very positive experience.”
Della Baldwin, Manager of Organization Development

U.S. Department of Commerce

“The forum was extremely successful! Participants states that the two weeks contained the best training they had ever had.”
Chris Wahl, Employee Development Specialist

Jurong Engineering Limited – Singapore

“An exceptional program.”
Project Manager

PSEG Power (Public Service Enterprise Group)

“Please thank [Instructor] for an excellent day. Christine was very pleased, and the attendees truly enjoyed the seminar. It’s been a pleasure doing business with you.”
Project Manager

Tennessee Valley Authority

“I want to express how impressed we were with the program—it was excellent. As a whole, it was extremely relevant to our company and addressed everything we needed and more. I cannot say enough good things about [The Negotiation Institute], really, we are extremely satisfied with the training program you put on for us…above and beyond what we expected”

USC University of Southern California

“Your seminar presentation on March 6th and 7th last year proved most interesting. The subject matter is important and your delivery appeared to be professional exciting and educative.”
Project Manager

Rodale Press, Inc.

“The Art of Negotiating ¨ Seminar, was very well received by our management employees. All participants felt [the instructor] kept their interest and attention throughout the seminar and would have gladly attended a second day. I hope we can bring [the instructor] back in the near future.”
Paul Ivankevich, Benefits & Training Coordinator

PT. Indah Kiat Pulp & Paper Tbk., a subsidiary of Asia Pulp & Paper (APP)

“Very good program! A lot of practical examples from an experienced negotiator”
Sales & Marketing Director

PTT Global Chemical Public Company Ltd.

“Very impressive.”
Senior Administrative Officer

Complete Production Services Inc.

“I have participated in many seminars and workshops in my 40 year career working with the public and this was hands down the best!”

Berlitz School of Language

[Gerard Nierenberg] “…I believe that you are perhaps the last ‘man of the Renaissance’ In the United States today… The one area which I am investigating first will be the inclusion of Meta-Talk and ‘Gesture Communication’ in the training of foreign languages to American businessmen.”

Telekom Indonesia

“We benefited greatly from attending your constructive program. It was excellent. We would like to be informed about future programs”
Senior Officer of Legal Review

Murphy Oil Corporation

“He was very knowledgeable in the subject matter. His examples speak volume of his experience in the art of he negotiation. He keeps people interested from start to end.”
Procurement Analyst

Unity Bank

“Every enlightening and interesting talk made before the members of our staff.”

Oregon Department of Energy

“The presentation on negotiation…was one of the best I have ever attended.”
Otto Kassner, Assistant Head Acquisition Section, Field Operations

West Virginia Department of Education

“Are you such a hit everywhere you go? The participants of the second annual vocational administrators academy couldn’t seems to find any rating below outstanding on the academy review form for you. I agree. Your presentation is outstanding in every respect; in fact, we all agreed that you are an outstanding person and that it comes through in every presentation you give. If this group had the power, you’d be invited repeatedly to our state until every teacher and administrator had the chance to hear what you have to say about negotiation – and anything else you’d care to talk about. Maybe we can do something about that in the future.”

Harold W. Sullivan Dir., Admin. & Planning


“Your session was very timely and valuable… key highlight of our conference. We appreciate you preparation for an engaging and informative presentation, as well as your skillful facilitation of our questions.”
Pam Tyson, Territory Risk Manager

Cooperative of American Physicians

“Negotiation is a skill which many of our employees use on a daily basis. At the presentation on Saturday, we each acquired an effective method of approaching these dealings which should result in more successful transactions.”
Heather Hand-Ruger, Dir. Human Resources

American Industrial Real Estate Association

“Having decided on the topic, we sought to determine the most respected and well known speaker, teacher and lead of negotiation workshops in the United States. Our search indicated, hands down, that the Negotiation Institute, Inc., in New York City founded by Gerard Nierenberg, was not only the recognized leader with regard to this topic, in the United states, but also on an international level.”

Oregon State Bar

“I wish to express appreciation for your participation in our Civil Litigation program. I heard nothing but praise.”

Institute of Professional Management Consultants

“I want to express my real and deep appreciation for your very stimulating, provocative and informative presentation… There were many comments of an extremely favorable nature. You obviously have much to offer the professions that live by advising others; and you set a notable example.”

SUNY Buffalo Law Alumni Association

“Thank you for [the instructor]’s interesting, amusing and enlightening speech…As expected, everybody enjoyed your presentation.”
Harold Brand Jr., President

Hehr Power Systems

“I thoroughly enjoyed the seminar and consider the expenditure worthwhile…”

Dooleymack Constructors

“We want to express our appreciation for bringing such a wonderful course to our company. We researched the topic of negotiating and asked quite a few companies to give us information. Based on our research and interactions with your group, we decided to go with you and are so glad we did. The content was spot on and [the instructor] was a dynamic presenter. Everyone felt included and not out of place. As you know when teaching a large group (25+) it’s a given that some will like the course and some will not like it. In this instance everybody raved about it. That’s an amazing feat!”
Dawnmarie Daniels-Carsky, Project Support Service Manager

New England Development

“Your style and dynamic presentation taught our employees valuable tools in negotiation to use professionally and in their everyday lives. Your amusing asides and academic philosophies made the day an exciting challenge, and I have heard nothing but great feedback from our people about the seminar.”
Stephan C. Plumeri, President & COO

KH S&S Contractors

“[The instructor] put into clear terms how to keep a negotiation going your way and what things to watch for. As each new concept was introduced, [the instructor] had good examples and real life experiences to go along with it that our employees could relate too…Some of the comments from the attendees were: ‘Very well done. Perhaps the best workshop I’ve attended’, ‘[the instructor] did a great job of presenting and I was never tired or bored’. The workshop was a homerun. It was very informative and detailed. I look forward to working with your organization again in the future.”
Kelly Acosta, Human Resources, Training & Development

UN Investment Promotion Service

“Your presentation has greatly contributed to my knowledge and understanding of U.S. business and will assist me in carrying out my future duties.”
Mounir Bensaid, Representative, Moroccan Office for Industrial Development

Women in Cable Telecommunications

“…[the instructor] knew her stuff and that she understood some of the challenges that women in particular face. [The instructor] did a good job of managing the class and keeping it moving, so it seemed to be a really good fit. [The Negotiation Institute] was really great to work with….[The Negotiation Institute] was a pleasure to deal with, [The Negotiation Institute] was professional, it was a good experience from start to finish with us.”
Christina Vergara

Insurans Islam TAIB, a subsidiary Perbadanan Tabung Amanah Islam Brunei

“We benefited greatly from attending your constructive program. It was excellent. We would like to be informed about future programs”
Operations Assistant Manager

Government of Brunei Darussalam – Employee Trust Fund Department

“Outstanding. Very professional and very practical.”
Compliance Manager

Fastaff Travel Nursing

“The negotiating process was presented in a clear and concise manner. Good examples were provided for each scenario, which helped bring home the information. I am excited to read through the booklet provided to gain more information and I plan to incorporate a few of the techniques into my new role.”

The Law Society of Upper Canada

“[The instructor] was very well received.”
Ruth Rosen, Program Coordinator

National Association of Health Care Recruitment

“A conference cannot be great without excellent content, excellent speakers and the support of those who are strongly committed to the work of NAHCR. You are one of these and we thank you for your efforts on our behalf.”
Karen Lindquist, President

National Health Laboratory Service

“…There are so many things taken for granted in a negotiation. It was good to sit back and reflect on the process of negotiation. Your seminar can only make me better at the process.”
Joseph Plandowski, Vice President

Metal Treating Institute

“From all the comments I heard and received regarding your presentation, you were certainly well received and appreciated. I certainly want to congratulate you on a fine job, well done and to thank you for helping to make this convention one of the finest we have held in our history.”

Empire District Electric Company

“The seminar was excellent and it is a pleasure doing business with your organization.”

Automotive Parts & Accessories Association

“I appreciate the preparation that [the instructor] gave to his remarks and to the outstanding manner in which they were delivered. Your presentation on “The Art of Negotiation” was consistently rated as excellent by the participants. Among the comments on the evaluation sheets — ‘great – should consider a more lengthy seminar,’ ‘the longer it lasted the better it got,’ ‘outstanding presentation – woudl like to hear more,’ and ‘very easy to relate to and understand.’ Again, I thank you for your contribution…”
Julian C. Morris, President, Automotive Parts & Accessories Association

Public Service Company of Colorado

“I had the pleasure of attending your…seminar and would like to say that the fee was repaid to me many times over by the quality and attention and excellent communication techniques so aptly applied by [the instructor]. [The instructor] kept the attention of about 150 attendees all day, drawing excellent audience questioning and supplying real world/real life examples as a clear response. [The instructor]’s background…provided the best primary and coalescing learning experience I’ve ever had! Not only does this course exactly fit my current job duties, it also can have major benefit to our greatly expanded marketing efforts…”
Jack Madison Melnyk

Gould Electronics

“Both groups responded favorably to the training. It was the first training session I have facilitated where attendance was not a problem”
Kristie Kadziauskas, Manager Employee Relations

Borden Inc

“We thoroughly enjoyed your message, and we put the various elements of your Art of Negotiating into use almost before the seminar ended. In fact, some of the discussion generated in the seminar has helped us focus on the solutions of problems discussed.”
Richard Negus, Vice President and General Manager, Snacks and International Consumer Products Division

Intercontinental Warehouses

“The seminar was great. It was educational, informative and well organized as well it was presented very professionally. I really felt that I had not wasted time in attending…The results are immediate and I’m looking forward to using my new skills…”
Jackie French, Controller

Value Retail News

“Your presenation at our spring convention was outstanding — more than I hoped it would be.”
Terry Dunham, Publisher

US Department of the Interior National Park Service

“We received enthusiastic comments from participants of the Negotiation Skills training session. Your session was very worthwhile and was the catalyst needed in developing negotiation skills throughout our area of responsibility. We appreciate your effort in tailoring our course to concessions management problems; it reinforced the need to fine tune the particular skills needed in our program. Your program was not only informative but enjoyable as well.”
Chief, Concessions Management

Nova Scotia Liquor Commission

“[The instructor]’s presentation was quite well received and I am certain that those in attendance gained a valuable insight into the negotiation process.”
Paul Murphy, Staff Development Officer

NY Snacks (Yorkshire Food Sales Corp. Division)

“…please extend out appreciation to [the trainer] who proved to be an excellent speaker and trainer. Based upon the employee feedback we have received, everyone enjoyed and benefitted from his knowledge of the subject.”
George Wagner, Personnel Director

Long Island Speech-Language-Hearing Association

“We would like to share with you the fact that the feedback from the audience, which was composed of 425 communication experts, was, for the first time in the history of our organization, unanimous. They felt that both the message and the manner of presentation were superb. This is a highly professional group of expertly trained professionals who do speaking for a living, so this kind of praise is truly unusual – We salute you!”

STA Design Management Seminars

“[The instructor]’s session was informative, thought-provoking and entertaining, and extremely well-received. I am happy to report that [the instructor] received the highest ratings of any speaker we have ever had…”
Lisa Brenner, Chair

Preferred Properties Inc.

“We want to thank you for a very interesting and educational morning. The group feels that you are the best speaker we have ever experienced in our monthly meetings. Your humor combined with a thought stimulating message will long be remembered.”
Benjamin A. Rowe, Chariman

The Bay

“This was one of the few seminars I have attended which I can recommend to anyone regardless of their professional or business interests.”
John Ryan, Personnel Manager, General Merchandise Office

Client List

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  • 3i Infotech Ltd.
  • ABB Group – Zürich
  • Abbott Laboratories
  • Able Manufacturing & Assembly LLC
  • Accent on Languages Inc.
  • Admiral Beverage Corporation
  • Adolph Coors Company (*Became Molson Coors Brewing Company in 2005)
  • Aeroflot – Russian Airlines
  • Aerojet, a GenCorp Company
  • Aetna, Inc.
  • Agrico Canada Ltd.
  • Air Niugini Limited
  • Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
  • Airgas, Inc.
  • Alaska Airlines
  • Alcon Laboratories, a Novartis AG company
  • AlliedSignal (*Became Honeywell in 1995)
  • Alpha Bank – Greece
  • Altria Groups
  • American Express Company (AmEx)
  • American United Life Insurance Company (AUL), a OneAmerica® company
  • Ames Department Stores, Inc.
  • Amoco Corporation (*Became BP in 2001)
  • Amsterdam Printing
  • Anaconda Copper Mining Co.
  • Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI)
  • Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc.
  • Atlantic Richfield Company (ARCO)
  • Arthur Anderson LLP
  • Ashland Coal, Inc. (*Became Arch Coal in 1997)
  • Assembly & Test Worldwide, Inc. (ATW Automation), an ATS Automation company
  • Assurance American Corporation
  • AT&T Broadband (*Became Comcast in 2003)
  • AT&T Capital Corp. (*Became AT&T Capital Holdings, Inc., a subsidiary of AT&T Corp. in 2005)
  • AT&T Inc.
  • Atlas Industries, Inc.
  • Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (ADP®)
  • Avaya Inc.
  • AVMATS (Aviation Maintenance, Material and Technical Support)
  • AvMed Health Plan
  • Babcox & Wilcox Company
  • Banco Económico
  • Bank of America Corporation
  • Bank of Montreal (BMO)
  • Bankers Trust Company
  • Banner Pharmacaps Inc.
  • Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals, a subsidiary of Bayer AG
  • Baylar Institute for Rehabilitation
  • BC Tel (*Became TELUS in 1998)
  • BDO Ward Mallett (*Became BDO Canada LLP in 1992)
  • Beaver River Community Futures Development Corporation
  • Bechtel Corporation
  • Bell Canada
  • Bell Helicopter
  • Bellcore (*Became Ericsson in 2012)
  • BellSouth
  • Bendex Stainless Steel Fabricators
  • Berry Plastics
  • Beverly Hills National Bank
  • BioMarin Pharmaceutical Inc.
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield of NJ
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield of PA
  • BMC Industries, Inc.
  • BNP Paribas S.A.
  • BNSF Railway (*Purchased by Berkshire Hathaway in 2009)
  • Bobcat Company
  • BOC Edwards Pharmaceutical
  • Boeing Company, The
  • Bombardier, Inc.
  • Borden, Inc. (*Became KKR, Dean Foods, H. J. Heinz Co. and Apollo Management in the 1990’s)
  • BorgWarner
  • Bozell
  • Bridge Associates, LLC
  • Bristol-Myers Squibb
  • British Petroleum (BP) – Canada
  • Building Suppliers Corporation
  • Bull HN
  • Burdette Tomlin Memorial Hospital (*Became Cape Regional Medical Center in 2007)
  • Burger King Corporation
  • CAE Inc.
  • Canadair (*Became Bombardier in 1986)
  • Capo Industries Inc.
  • Carhartt, Inc.
  • Caterpillar, Ltd.
  • CBL & Associates Properties, Inc.
  • Celanese Corporation – Mexico
  • Chevron Corporation
  • Chicago Tribune
  • Chiriqui Land Co.
  • Chrysler Group LLC
  • Ciba-Geigy (*Became Novartis International AG in 1996)
  • CICB-Chemicon
  • Cincom Systems Inc.
  • Citibank, N.A.
  • Citigroup – Singapore
  • Citizens First National Bank
  • CNA Commercial Property & Casualty Insurance
  • Coca-Cola Company
  • Coleman Tunnelling
  • Colomer Group
  • Compaq – Asia (*Became HP in 2002)
  • Complete Production Services, Inc.
  • Computer Language Research, Inc. (*Became Thomson Reuters in 2007)
  • ConocoPhillips Company
  • Consolidated Foods, Inc.
  • Consolidated Insurance Services, Inc.
  • Consumers Power Inc.
  • Continental Mills, Inc.
  • Continental-Teves, a subsidiary of Continental AG
  • Cooperative of American Physicians, Inc.
  • Coopers & Lybrand Company (*Became PriceWaterhouseCoopers in 1998)
  • Core-Mark
  • CoreStates Bank (*Became Wells Fargo in 2008)
  • Creative Financial Group
  • Credit Bail Findeq, Inc.
  • Cubic Corporation
  • Dalfen American Corporation
  • Data General (*Became EMC Corporation in 1999)
  • Datahr Rehabilitation Institute
  • DBS Private Equity Bank
  • Deep East Texas Self Insurance Fund (DETSIF)
  • Delavan Spray Technologies, a subsidiary of Goodrich Corporation
  • Dell Chemists, Ltd. (Dell Pharmacies)
  • Detroit Edison Company
  • Diebold Inc.
  • DigiMarc Corporation
  • Digital Equipment Corporation (*Became Hewlett-Packard in 2002)
  • Digital Impact
  • Dobbs Management Service, LLC
  • Dome Petroleum (*Became BP in 1998)
  • DooleyMack Constructors, Inc.
  • Dover Chemical
  • Dow Chemical Company
  • Dow Corning
  • Dresser-Rand
  • DSI Systems
  • Dun & Bradstreet, Inc.
  • DuPont
  • DYMO Corporation
  • Eastman Kodak Company
  • Eaton Department Stores Limited – British Columbia (*Became Sears Canada in 1999)
  • Econ GmbH
  • Edmonton Telephone Equipment & Systems
  • Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge LLP
  • EG&G, a division of URS Corporation and JT3 LLC
  • El Paso Natural Gas Corporation
  • Elkhart Brass Manufacturing Company, Inc.
  • Emerson Electric Company
  • Empire District Electric Company
  • Empresa Colombiana de Petróleos (ECOPETROL)
  • Entergy Corporation
  • Essar Algoma Steel Inc.
  • Esso Chemical – Canada
  • Esso Inter-America, Inc.
  • Ethyl Corporation
  • Everlock Systems
  • Exabyte Corp (*Became Tandberg Data in 2006)
  • Exxon Biomedical Sciences, Inc.
  • ExxonMobil – Refining
  • ExxonMobil Corporation/Esso
  • Fairchild Aircraft (*Became Elbit Systems in 2010)
  • Fastaff Travel Nursing
  • Federal Express (FedEx)
  • FieldTurf
  • First FarmBank
  • First National Bank of Boston
  • First National Bank of Dallas
  • Fisher Control (*Became Emerson Electric Company in 1992)
  • Fisher Scientific International, Inc.
  • Flexible Packaging
  • Floating Point Systems (*Became Silicon Graphics International in 2009)
  • Florida Power & Light Company
  • Fluor Corporation
  • Ford Motor Company
  • Frandzel Robins Bloom & Csato
  • Franklin Mint
  • Freightliner Trucks
  • Gap, Inc.
  • Garrett AiResearch (*Became Honeywell in 1999)
  • Gart Bros Sporting Good Company (*Became Sports Authority, Inc. in 2006)
  • Gateway Computer Corporation
  • GE Healthcare, a division of GE Technology Infrastructure and General Electric(GE)
  • GenCorp Inc.
  • General Atomics
  • General Electric (GE) – Canada
  • General Electric Company (GE)
  • General Minerals Corp (*Became Sprott Resource Corporation in 2007)
  • General Motors Company
  • General Tire and Rubber Company
  • GlaxoSmithKline
  • Global Investment House
  • GM Powertrain, a subsidiary of General Motors Company
  • Gould Electronics GmbH
  • Government Development Bank for Puerto Rico
  • Gulf Oil – US
  • Gulf Oil – Calgary
  • Gulf States Utilities (*Became Entergy Texas, Inc. in 1994)
  • Hamamatsu Photonics K.K. – Japan
  • Harley-Davidson Motor Company
  • Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
  • Hehr International, Inc.
  • Hewlett-Packard
  • Hill-Rom
  • Hoffman-La Roche, Inc. (Roche)
  • Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)
  • HP Hood, LLC
  • Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC) – Canada
  • Hughes Aircraft (*Became Raytheon in 1997)
  • Humana Inc.
  • Huntsman International
  • IBM (International Business Machines Corporation)
  • Idealease Inc.
  • Inco, a wholly owned subsidiary of Vale Canada Limited
  • Institut Bank-Bank Malaysia (IBBM)
  • Insurance Company of North America (*Became Cigna in 1982)
  • Insurans Islam TAIB, a subsidiary Perbadanan Tabung Amanah Islam Brunei
  • Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
  • Intercontinental Warehouses, Inc.
  • Interfish, Inc.
  • Intergraph Corporation
  • International Paper Company
  • ITT Corporation
  • Japan Airlines Co., Ltd. (JAL)
  • Jardine Schindler Group
  • JCPenny
  • JCPenny Satellite Network
  • Johns Manville, a Berkshire Hathaway Company
  • Joy Mining Machinery
  • JPMorgan Chase & Co.
  • Kaiser Aluminum
  • Kaiser Steel (*Now Kaiser Ventures LLC)
  • Kawasaki Motors Corp.
  • Kayser-Roth Corporation
  • Kelly Corporation
  • Kenetech Windpower, Inc.
  • KenGen (Kenya Electricity Generating Company Limited)
  • Key Equipment Finance, Inc.
  • KHS&S Contractors
  • Kimball International
  • Kline & Company
  • Knickerbocker Toy Company (*Became Charisma Brands in 2001)
  • Kraft Foods Inc.
  • Labatt Brewing Company Ltd.
  • Landtech Data Corporation
  • Litton Industries (*Became Northrop Grumman in 2001)
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Lonza Group AG
  • Lucent Technologies Inc. (*Became Alcatel-Lucent in 2006)
  • Maccaferri Group
  • Maersk Data (*Became IBM in 2004)
  • Manufacturers Hanover Trust Co. (*Became JPMorgan Chase in 1996)
  • Marion Laboratories (*Became Sanofi-Aventis in 2005)
  • Maritime Overseas Corporation
  • Marriott Food Services Management (*Became Sodexo in 1998)
  • Mars, Incorporated
  • Martin Marietta Materials, Inc.
  • McDonnell Douglas (*Became Boeing in 1997)
  • MCI, Inc. (*Now d/b/a Verizon, Inc., a subsidiary of Verizon Communications)
  • MediaWhiz
  • Mellon Financial Corporation (*Became BNY Mellon in 1997)
  • Menasco Manufacturing (*Became Goodrich Aerospace in 1999)
  • Merchants Bank of California, N. A.
  • Merrill Lynch
  • Metroplex Communications Inc.
  • Michelin North America, Inc.
  • Michigan Sporting Goods Distributors, Inc.
  • Mile High Equipment Co.
  • Miles Laboratories, Inc (*Became Bayer AG in 1995)
  • Miller Brewing Company
  • Milliken & Company
  • Millipore Corporation
  • Minact Incorporated
  • MiTAC International Corp.
  • Monsanto Company
  • Montgomery Ward
  • Moosehead Breweries Limited
  • Mrs. Field’s Famous Brands
  • MTD Products
  • Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
  • Murphy Oil Corporation
  • National Bank of Canada
  • National Bank of Detroit (NBD) (*Became JPMorgan Chase in 1995)
  • National Bank of Malawi
  • National Exchange Bank & Trust
  • National Health Laboratories Inc. (*Became LabCorp in 2000)
  • National Mines Corp
  • NCR Corporation
  • NERCO Mining (*Became Rio Tinto Group in 1993)
  • Nevada Power Company
  • New England Development
  • New Straits Times Publications – Malaysia
  • New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation
  • New York Presbyterian Hospital – Columbia Medical Center
  • New York State Electric & Gas Corporation (NYSEG)
  • North Carolina National Bank (*Became Bank of America in 1998)
  • Northcoast Children’s Services
  • Northern Telecom Limited (*Now Nortel Networks Corporation)
  • Northrop Grumman
  • Norwest Corporation (*Became Wells Fargo in 1998)
  • Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC)
  • Oglethorpe Power Corporation
  • Olin Chlor Alkali Products
  • Omni International
  • P&O Nedlloyd Container Line Limited (*Became Maersk in 2005)
  • Pacific Bell (*Became Pacific Bell Telephone Company, d/b/a AT&T California in 2005)
  • PacifiCare Health Systems (*Acquired by UnitedHealth Group in 2005)

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