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The Bureau of National Affairs (BNA) is a leading print and electronic publisher of more than 200 books, journals, and newsletters providing news, analysis, and commentary regarding legal, economic, and regulatory matters. BNA is especially known for its publications on federal and state regulatory activities, corporate law, labor and employment law, tax law, banking, bankruptcy, health care law, and business finance. Due to its long history of reliable publishing of authoritative material in these areas, it is regarded as an original source for researchers, government, and businesses.

Founded in Washington, D.C., in 1929, where it is still based, BNA was incorporated as a wholly employee-owned company in 1946. It reports that it is the oldest organization in the United States to be wholly employee owned. ...

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