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DNB is a company that provides commercial data, analytics and insights for business . The agency continued to expand allowing offices to open in Boston, Philadelphia, and Baltimore.
By , Tappan retired, allowing Benjamin Douglass to take over the booming business. In , Dun merged with competitor, John M. Wilson Newman, worked to increase Dun's range of products and services and expanded dramatically during the s by engineering ways to apply new technologies to evolving operations. IMS Health continued to hold its prize incubator company that is today known as Cognizant Corporation. The company generates revenue through subscription-based products, business information reports, data licensing agreements, strategic partnerships and concierge services.
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