Definition of headquarter
: to place in headquarters
: to make one's headquarters
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When the vast Hoffman Estates headquarters known as Prairie Stone opened in 1992, the Lombard resident set up office there.
Humana, headquartered in Louisville, Ky., has about 750,000 members in South Florida.
Three other members of the 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team, headquartered in Tupelo, were injured in the incident the National Training Center at Fort Irwin.
For Charlotte, the Park Sterling and Capital Bank deals, both set to close by the fourth quarter, add to the loss of banks headquartered in the city.
Pitchfork was founded in 1996 by Minnesota native Ryan Schreiber, who quickly relocated the publication to Chicago, where it is still headquartered.
Social Bicycles, headquartered in New York City: The company began overseeing a bike-sharing rental program in Sacramento and West Sacramento on May 18.
In 1992, Westco was sold to CSM, a century-old sugar processing company from Holland that’s grown into a baking supply behemoth now headquartered in the suburbs of Atlanta.
Erol’s, headquartered in Springfield, Virginia, boasts 293,000 customers; UltraNet, based in Boston, has 32,000.
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