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Horizon_Logo.gif (7167 bytes)blue-line.gif (371 bytes)straight_talk.gif (2336 bytes) Reference Directory of Dividend Reinvestment Plans - 2014 Edition 2014 Edition Now Available! This directory covers over 650 dividend reinvestment plans, including the ones that can be purchased directly from the company. A valuable research tool, each company listing provides comprehensive information including address, phone number, stock symbol, business profile, plan specifics, DRIP rating…