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@shribanke Who are you? How did you get edit rights?

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Who are you? How did you get edit rights?

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I figured out how to use the new function. It is an improvement. Thanks.

  Armstrong Armstrong  

@seeker You can now add hierarchies as a relationship category. We will be posting on the change soon.

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What happened to the "Hierarchy" option?

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It is happening again today.

Is there a problem with the site, or me? When I try to edit I get "You don't have the required permission to access this page."

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Logged out then back in. Now I can edit.

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Is there a problem with the site, or me? When I try to edit I get "You don't have the required permission to access this page."

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"Add Bulk" does not seem to be working.

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When "bot" adds "members" to House and Senate subcommittees it results in a "membership" when it should be a "position", board member. Can this be fixed?

  kevin kevin  

@seeker cool...yeah, be especially careful with orgs! keep up the great work.

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@kevin I do merge entities from time to time, but usually people. I am more likely to separate orgs or start new ones. (see our notes on TD Ameritrade). For instance, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Trust are not the same entity, but often (and easily confused). If I did merge the two you mentioned, I apologize.

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@kevin TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation is the legal name of the entity. That is the name used on government filings and court records. It is the ultimate parent, and often there are subsidiaries with part of the parent's name as their name, and using the legal name distinguishes them as separate entities, often with different execs and different locations. From amtd.com "



TD Ameritrade, Inc., member FINRA/SIPC/NFA, and TD Ameritrade Clearing, Inc., member FINRA/SIPC, are subsidiaries of TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation (NYSE: AMTD)." and "TD Ameritrade is a trademark jointly owned by TD Ameritrade IP Company, Inc. and The Toronto-Dominion Bank"



Also, if you enter TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation in "search for a name", TD Ameritrade will not show up in search results unless it has been added as an alias. On the other hand, if you search "TD Ameritrade", TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation will show up.

  kevin kevin  

@seeker just wondering why you switched TD Ameritrade's name to TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation...any particular reason? I think it's best to go with the name that it is referred to by on its website, in the press, etc, eg tdameritrade.com

  ATeixeira ATeixeira  

ATeixeira Hi @seeker and @kevin! Thanks a lot for the reply. I am currently working on CEO ties for my master thesis, and I found LittleSis quite useful.



Still, I was more interested in assessing current board ties. The inclusion of past directors in this section might have ruined it :/.



Let me ask you one more thing: if i select "board members and executives", these include solely current members?



Thanks a lot anyway! I appreciate it.

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CarrAmerica Realty Corporation As of July 13, 2006, CarrAmerica Realty Corporation is a subsidiary of Blackstone Real Estate Advisors.

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Flynt Broadcast, Inc. All capital stock of New Frontier Media, Inc. was cancelled in the merger of Flynt Boradcast, Inc. with and into New Frontier Media, Inc. New Frontier Media, Inc. was the surviving corporation in that merger. Prior to the Merger, Flynt Boradcast, Inc. was a direct, wholly-owned subsidiary of LFP Broadcasting, LLC.

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Grand Metropolitan plc Merged with Guinness plc to form Diageo in 1997

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@GreenwoodHiggins I have had the same dilemma. Make the CEO group a child org. Use ownership for shared or past ownership.

  kevin kevin  

@seeker that's awesome that you read Domhoff in college. I think we are on the same page.