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Event

Information that can cause a security price to rise or fall. Examples of events include earnings reports, new regulations or even wider occurrences like elections. Events are particularly important in the efficient markets hypothesis.
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What of the multiplicity of events, the webs, chains and iterations of events that make up the world--the creation emerging even now from its chaos?
But as events become a more vital component of annual marketing strategies, there is growing competition for participants, profile and sponsorship dollars.
Historically, the FBI fulfills a fundamental role during USG involvement with special events management, including all of those potentially requiring federal assistance.
Each story consisted of two events (breakfast and party) each presented in a different language.
You're just a few clicks away from rapidly registering and paying for CalCPA events online.
By holding the qualifying events for the tournament for superintendents throughout the country, while at the same time doing training on BASF products and, in some cases, bringing in key speakers to discuss important issues as it relates to maintaining a quality golf course.
Carl Galiota, partner with Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, will be the guest speaker at the event.
A Student Spirit Booster Club (SSBC) can significantly bolster the student support of athletic events.
Symantec Incident Manager correlates security events from disparate security products and across protection technologies, including antivirus, firewall and intrusion detection to identify incidents in real time, and coordinates response actions throughout the entire incident lifecycle.
And of all minority groups, African Americans were more likely than any other group to travel on group tours to attend business or group conventions, cultural events, and festivals.
The target audience also includes companies who will be exhibiting at upcoming trade shows and conferences and who need to plan additional events in NYC.
We analyzed data from states that participated in the Hazardous Substances Emergency Events Surveillance (HSEES) system maintained by the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry to describe the public health consequences of mercury releases.