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Encarta

Microsoft's digital encyclopedia. Launched in 1993 on CD-ROM, Encarta was initially based on the Funk & Wagnalls Encyclopedia and later augmented with the inclusion of Collier's and New Merit Scholar's Encyclopedias. With approximately 60,000 articles, compared to Wikipedia's nearly three million, Encarta was discontinued in 2009.
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Encarta Reference Library (Microsoft, 2004) gives the following definitions that we as managers must incorporate into our game plans:
GuruNet is more comprehensive and complements CD-ROM or DVD-based reference works such as Encyclopedia Britannica, at www.eb.com, and Microsoft Encarta Reference Library, at www.microsoft.com/encarta.
Encarta Reference Library 2004, available in DVD and CD versions, includes the following new and updated features:
Microsoft Encarta Reference Library 2002 is a CD-ROM for middle and high school level students.