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Credo

A short statement of principles and/or goals to guide a company in the conduct of its business. See also: Mission statement.
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Following the acquisition of Credo, the scale of Forestar's oil and gas business will increase considerably, including the following key operating highlights:
Last year, Credo discovered a significant new field in Barton County, Kansas in which it owns an 85% working interest.
The Board conducted a rigorous CEO search process, considering a number of outstanding candidates who were drawn to Credo because it provides a very attractive platform for growth.
Credo also owns working interests in three other Deese Sand waterfloods located near S.
Rob Winkelmann, Managing Partner & CEO of Credo 180 said, "I have personally worked alongside Chad as a fellow Lender and also through my capacity as an advisor.
About Credo Credo believes that everyone deserves the ability to learn and the opportunity to succeed.
Winner of nine of his 34 races, King Credo won more than pounds 100,000 in prize-money, landing the 1992 Imperial Cup and the 1993 Tote Gold Trophy, although arguably his best run was when fourth to Granville Again in the 1993 Champion Hurdle.
This will definitely enhance our credibility and the customersCO confidence in our projects,C[yen] said Sajjad M Rashid, president of Credo Investments.
Since we have successfully fulfilled our commitment to our clients with a timely completion of the project, the market will look to us with increased expectations," said Ali Reza Mohammad Ali, managing director of Credo Investments FZE.
Discipline over emotion" is the creed at Baltimore-based Credo Capital Management L.
The HR professional is in a critical spot to assist an enterprise in transforming its implicit credo into an explicit one.
Reverend Craft blasts the popular modern credo, "I'll leave you alone to do whatever you want to do, as long as you leave me alone to do my thing.