They are essentially a capital allocation decision
Accepting the proposed project would not be a wise capital allocation decision
The goal of the new alliance is to provide the oil and gas industry tools that allow them drive down lifting costs and ultimately make better capital allocation decisions
No matter what the pressures, the leaders who often make the best capital allocation decisions
are able to objectively evaluate data, while effectively identifying--and stepping beyond--their own assumptions.
The recent launch of the consultation draft of the Integrated Reporting Framework is a first step to transforming transparency in corporate reporting, so investment and capital allocation decisions
can be made, based not just on financial capital efficiency but on natural and social capital returns as well.
Greenlight continues to ask shareholders to vote AGAINST Proposal 2 in Apple's proxy, which would eliminate preferred stock from Apple's charter and restrict the Board's flexibility on capital allocation decisions
Managers in a variety of disciplines - finance, risk, audit - must deal with the risk associated with their capital allocation decisions
Although these key constituency groups gave a fairly high rating to GAAP's overall value as exemplified by its consistency and usefulness in making capital allocation decisions
, they also said many GAAP requirements should be more relevant to and useful for private company financial reporting.
The task force's research found that the key constituent groups rated the overall value of GAAP as fairly high in such areas as consistency and in usefulness as a tool in capital allocation decisions
Making efficient capital allocation decisions
is becoming easier in a tighter capital.
In its report, the OECD said: 'The project is about ensuring that the burden of taxation is fairly shared and that tax should not be a dominant factor in making capital allocation decisions
When capital allocation decisions
are based on political rather than financial criteria, the incentives are to keep such reporting ambiguous.