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E

Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying that an issue has not met the reporting date for the company's SEC regulatory filing requirements.

E

A symbol appearing next to a stock listed on NASDAQ indicating that the share being traded represents a company that has not filed a necessary report with the SEC by the deadline. All NASDAQ listings use a four letter abbreviation; if an E follows the abbreviation, this indicates that the share comes from a company that did not file on time.

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1. Used in the dividend column of stock transaction tables in newspapers to indicate the dividend that was declared and paid in the preceding 12 months: 1.75e.
2. Used in mutual fund transaction tables in newspapers to indicate that the shares trade ex-distribution.
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Medtronic intends to conduct the MAVErIC III Clinical Trial in the United States, beginning in the fall of 2004, to study the safety and efficacy of the Exponent Carotid Stent System with the Interceptor(R) PLUS Filter System in reducing the incidence of stroke and death in patients with carotid artery disease.
We are delighted to mark Electra's first investment of its 30 September 2016 financial year by investing alongside Exponent in this exciting business.
An organism's metabolism, they proposed, is proportional to its mass to the 3/4 power times a function in which body temperature appears in the exponent.
The resumes of this method of review and clarification of the definition of the rational number exponent have been at best mixed, as evidenced by our earlier discussion.
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Fossil will represent Exponents entire product line which includes Luminents[TM] (a breakthrough, lightweight display system), Lumiture and L2 (both lightweight illuminated architecture), AIR[TM] (a highly portable trade show display system), Glide (the truly portable exhibit with big-screen capabilities), CrossOver[TM] (an innovative series of kiosks that give pop-up displays added dimensions), as well as Prestige and PopStar.
Exponent was founded in August 2004 and has 10 investment professionals.
Exponent is an engineering and scientific consulting firm providing solutions to complex problems.
After a two-year strategic planning initiative, including focus groups, stakeholder interviews and an in-depth member survey, it has become clear that our vibrant organization has an opportunity to evolve and support all philanthropists who choose to give with few or no staff-not just those using a foundation as their primary giving vehicle," says Henry Berman CEO, Exponent Philanthropy.
Unlike in the New Mexico researchers' theory, however, the telltale exponent shows up without requiring hierarchical branching, fractals, or a living creature, Banavar says.
Exponent, the program prime, is responsible for program management, engineering consulting and interoperability testing and evaluation; Gemalto, a worldwide leader in digital security solutions, will provide smart and secure credentials; and HID Global, a worldwide leader in secure identity solutions, will contribute device provisioning, authentication identity proofing, and client middleware.
p] - 1, where the exponent p is itself a prime, Mersenne numbers have characteristics that make it relatively easy to determine whether a candidate is prime.