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  • in march 2011, census files had information on 168,000 multiunit enterprises that owned and operated approximately 1.9 million establishments across the nation. the 168,000 parent companies in the census business register represented 301,000 eins. the difference between the number of parent companies and the number of eins reveals that companies possess and report more than one ein and shows the extent of the difference in the number of businesses using the ein or the census company code as a business identifier. however, in 2011, a total of 128,000 multilocation companies reported only one ein. that leaves 40,000 businesses with multiple eins, according to the census business register. during the same period, using the ein as the parent company identifier, the qcew reported that a total of 294,000 multilocation firms owned 2.3 million establishments. (see table 2.) bls.gov

  • the business application series is based on applications to the irs (via form ss-4) for an employer identification number (ein). bfs identifies new business applications but excludes some types of applications, including those by trusts, estates, tax liens and public entities because they are not primarily intended for any business activity. census.gov

  • conference participants also embarked on a tour of berlin that included the former normannenstraße headquarters of the dreaded east german stasi. few could resist the opportunity to sit at the desk of stasi director erich mielke, adorned with one of his treasures, lenin’s death mask. the tour included visits to formerly divided berlin’s two rathaüser (city halls)—the so-called red rathaus in the city center, and the schoneberg rathaus, where president kennedy delivered his famous "ich bin ein berliner" speech. the tour included a visit to former soviet facilities in karlshorst—once the kgb rezidentura (station) in berlin, soviet intelligence’s largest foreign post during the cold war. cia.gov

  • the kabbalah flowered during the middle ages, combining older trends in jewish mysticism with neoplatonism and other ideas. the kabbalists retained the idea that the totality of god's nature is ultimately beyond human grasp (ein sof [heb., literally,=without end] as the nothing), yet, in keeping with tradition, held to a vision of a personal god who exists as the active, creative, and sustaining force within the cosmos (ein sof as the everything). spain was a major center of kabbalistic thought, which after the expulsions and forced conversion in 1492, spread and became more central to jewish life in the mediterranean world. palestine then became the center of kabbalism, especially as it was developed by isaac luria and others. factmonster.com

  • three issues have been raised relating to the use of the ein in these health transactions. the first is that the ein isn't unique to the employer, that is, many employers have more than one ein. so the question this brings up is, would this be a problem for health transactions. so far, our feedback is that it would not, and that the ein that is used on the employee's w2 form would be the appropriate one to use in transactions relating to that employee. hhs.gov

  • the kabbalah flowered during the middle ages, combining older trends in jewish mysticism with neoplatonism and other ideas. the kabbalists retained the idea that the totality of god's nature is ultimately beyond human grasp (ein sof [heb., literally,=without end] as the nothing), yet, in keeping with tradition, held to a vision of a personal god who exists as the active, creative, and sustaining force within the cosmos (ein sof as the everything). spain was a major center of kabbalistic thought, which after the expulsions and forced conversion in 1492, spread and became more central to jewish life in the mediterranean world. palestine then became the center of kabbalism, especially as it was developed by isaac luria and others. infoplease.com

  • hoch in der luft umfuhr sie das schloss dreimal und stiess jedesmal ein herzzerreissendes wehgeschrei aus [1838] | 1 print | richter, ludwig, 1803-1884.pga - richter (l.)--geschichte von der edlen ..., no. 4 (aa size) [p&p] unprocessed in pr 06 cn 800 (former call number) | lc-dig-pga-14252 (digital file from original print) loc.gov

  • this week, we found out our individual hospitals have lost their donate buttons. we think it's because our corporate page is registered with fb under our ein, which we all share and our donate button is there. i'm doing some research, but i think our hospitals may no longer be able to have donate buttons. mayoclinic.org

  • a:trichotillomania is the medical term for constant hair pulling or twisting. it is a disorder characterized by the repeated urge to pull out scalp hair, eyelashes, eyebrows, or other body hair. it is believed to be related to obsessive-compulsive disorder (ocd). treatments may include cognitive-behavior therapy and prescription medications. from tricho-, hair + greek till (ein) to pluck, pull out + -o- + -mania. medicinenet.com

  • payments for nih recipients, except for grants or cooperative agreements to federal institutions (see not-od-17-052 for additional information), are made through the payment management system (pms). pms is administered by the program support center, within the division of payment management, dhhs. applicant organizations are assigned a 12-digit entity identification number (ein) for payment and accounting purposes; this number is provided on the noa. the ein number is an expansion of the 9-digit employer or tax identification number assigned to an organization by the internal revenue service. inquiries regarding payments and requests for downloadable forms should be directed to pms. inquiries regarding payments to federal recipients should be sent to your grants management specialist. nih.gov