I'm sure there are many Journal readers who could regale us with tales of corporate inefficiencies
, even in the most British of organisations.
The offering is tailor-made, aimed at tackling market inefficiencies
, saving funding costs and reducing overhead costs.
The bottom-up inefficiencies
arise because, in addition to too few trades taking place, the wrong trades are also likely to take place.
The decrease was once again due to reduced sales volumes, launch inefficiencies
and new facility costs as explained above.
This is the area where the greatest inefficiencies
Flavin and Durning offer incentives and guidelines for tackling these inefficiencies
in their report.
This lack of focus is a major factor in chemical deposits, chemical inefficiencies
, lowered machine efficiency, and poor product quality.
The MTA said a draft audit of a financially troubled union-run benefits fund shows that $1 million a year in taxpayer money is being wasted because of inefficiencies
- claims the union disputed Wednesday.
This paper uses a profit maximization framework and develops a generalized profit function approach that accommodates both technical and allocative inefficiencies
in the context of a panel data model.
Nasdaq-NNM: PLSE) said today that, because of manufacturing inefficiencies
at Pulse facilities in the People's Republic of China (PRC), the company's fourth quarter results are expected to show a loss, although the company expects to record net earnings for the 1994 fiscal year.
TQM and CQI philosophies identify that the most significant and costly inefficiencies
are due to faulty systems and processes, not individuals.
In response to costs, inefficiencies
and over-reporting resulting from initial SOX compliance activities, the SEC and the PCAOB have proposed improvements to current regulations, focusing internal control audit on matters that present the greatest risk of a material misstatement and emphasizing the higher risk stages of financial statement preparation such as the period-end close process.