Cash and Cash Equivalents

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Cash and Cash Equivalents

Balance sheet items that represent either physical currency printed on notes or assets that can easily be changed into that. Examples of cash equivalents include savings accounts, bonds (especially near their maturities), and money markets. Cash and cash equivalents represent a company's or individual's liquidity, which can be important for investors and banks. See also: M1, M2.
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Sharifah Mastura Syed Abdullah, Director of IPI, UKM thanked UNESCO Jakarta Office for entrusting IPI, UKM with leading this important task of producing CCE materials for SIDS in Asia Pacific and informed on the facilities in IPI for CCE.
A networking lunch sponsored by Faurecia will also take place during CCE and feature a presentation from Faurecia on emerging issues facing the occupants of connected cars and the challenges the industry must tackle to ensure mass consumer adoption.
CCE has established a formal MoU with Technopark, Trivandrum for supporting innoA[degrees] vation and entrepreneurship development in the college.
The closing took place January 2, 2013, with Lenovo acquiring 100% of CCE in a transaction consisting of Lenovo stock and cash totaling R$300 million," Lenovo said in a statement.
The workshop was divided into five sessions: Introduction of participants; objectives of the session; Introduction to CCE in CBSE school; What is CCE?
CCE Location: New York City, Suffolk, Wayne, Monroe, Schenectady, Rockland, and Delaware Counties
The facility will be ready next year to produce recycled material for CCE bottles in time for London 2012.
Katharine Armstrong, sales manager for CCE, with John Barnes, manager of the University of Warwick Science Park's Innovation Centre
Vegan Meals for One or Two--Your Own Personal Recipes ($15) by Nancy Berkoff, EdD, RD, CCE.
Taylor learned about the project through a friend and collaborator, Cynthia Madden Leitner, director of the Museum of Outdoor Arts, which moved into the CCE in 2001.