APB


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Accounting Principles Board

A committee of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants that advised on and set standards for financial record keeping. It was dissolved in 1973 and replaced by the Financial Accounting Standards Board.

APB

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The committee invited executives from Hewlett-Packard (HP) to testify on its use of APB 23 as well as on issues related to loans from two offshore funds, which hold large amounts of unrepatriated cash, to the U.
Our Asian headquarters will continue to be based in Singapore, and we remain 100 percent committed to the growth and success of APB and the Tiger brand.
Double Olympic champ Vasyl Lomachenko will be in APB.
By winning APB, Heineken gets full ownership of Tiger, Bintang, Anchor and other brands of beer plus two dozen breweries in 14 countries including Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia.
I think Heineken is unlikely to get APB at this price," Reuters quoted Nomura analyst Ian Shackleton as saying.
Minority portfolios of APB are held by international investment funds East Capital and IFC.
The APB was officially formed by The Appraisal Foundation Board of Trustees on July 1, 2010.
In his new role Ashworth is expected to help grow the joint venture with his senior management team, which includes Mike Stowell, acting president of APB, executive VP and chief technical officer, Dean Poor, VP of operations and Patrick LaMoria, VP of sales.
Realtime worlds puts out an APB for Nvidia Physx technology
The APB bulletin stated that the Companies Act 1985 requires the directors' report for all larger companies to contain a business review offering a fair view of the business and a description of the principal risks and uncertainties facing it.
As the APB started taking on issues, the process became extremely contentious," Turner says.
Traditions' APB bullets have a specialized, sealed hydraulic chamber built into the nose of the bullet.