Quarter Showing

Quarter Showing

When advertising on a train, taxi cab or other mode of transportation, the placement of an ad in 25% of all cars. This gives the ad a great deal of exposure. See also: Full showing.
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Unilever has raised its profit target for the year on the back of strong results for its third quarter showing its five-year Path to Growth strategy is on track.
President and Chief Executive Officer, stated that the Company was pleased to announce another quarter showing evidence of its return to profitability.
Improvements in customer satisfaction occur across the board with 9 of the 13 industries measured in the fourth quarter showing improvements.
Fair, Isaac president and CEO Larry Rosenberger said the company's "exceptional" first quarter showing was based on a combination of a high rate of growth in revenues from services distributed through third parties; strong performances from most of the Company's analytic and software products; continued growth in DynaMark's businesses; and "inevitable fluctuations in quarter-to-quarter results associated with the completion of large fixed-price and usage fee projects.
The first six months of 2006 have surpassed revenues for all of 2005 and this is the second straight quarter showing revenue gains.
Net sales for each quarter of 1991 were higher than 1990 with the fourth quarter showing the largest gain.
F-Secure is the fastest growing publicly traded company in the computer threat prevention industry, with its most recent quarter showing 41% revenue growth.
GemStone secured 30 new Java(TM)-based license agreements in the first quarter showing increased momentum, as it added the following businesses to its client roster: AlliedSignal, Bell South Telecommunications, BMW AG, First Rand Bank e-Commerce Group, HB Fuller, Interadnet, IntercontinentalExchange, Momentum Life, Swedbank, and VISA.
The solid third quarter showing reflects much stronger steel and motor vehicle production in the state," said David Littmann, chief economist with Detroit-based Comerica.
Bakal, Professional Transportation Group president and chief executive officer stated, "The quarter represented our second straight quarter showing operating income as we continue to recover from undertaking the carpet and LTL (less-than-truckload) business.
today reported results for the third quarter showing continued improvement from the earlier quarter and the same period last year.