The bank is said to be planning to scale back
its Italian retail operations by selling branches and cutting jobs.
Subsequent to that announcement, the scale back
ratio has been recalculated and
The Port Authority has announced it will take on responsibility for the construction of the World Trade Center Memorial, the Memorial Museum and the Visitor Orientation and Education Center, a decision that Manhattan developer and memorial construction czar, Frank Sciame, recommended along with his recent cost saving redesign of the memorial as a way to further scale back
the project's price.
Two days after the administration released the $724 billion estimate, President Bush threatened to veto any bill that would scale back
the prescription drug program.
This implies that fish populations that have historically been overharvested could face lingering effects, even after fisheries scale back
their harvests, says Mikko Heino of the Institute of Marine Research in Bergen, Norway.
Since the government implemented energy rationing in March, hundreds of companies have been forced to scale back
Trustees of the Connecticut State University system voted unanimously to scale back
a planned tuition increase from 13.
The Bush administration also was forced to scale back
its plan to monitor U.
But he entered office as an ideologue who promised a conservative revolution, vowing to slash the size of government, radically scale back
entitlements, and deploy the powers of the presidency in pursuit of socially and culturally conservative goals.
Analysts had predicted that Embraer, the world's fourth largest maker of commercial jets, would have to scale back
Artistic Director Ben Stevenson (winner of a 2000 Dance Magazine Award) decided to scale back
his Houston Ballet duties, and after a tumultuous few days the Ballet announced he would become co-artistic director in July.
A lack of funding has forced a B2B exchange for the perishable commodities sector to scale back