Business Date

Business Date

The date on which a document or other information is processed. It should not be confused with the business day.
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And then you were together five years in California, so that this business dates back not less than eleven years at the least?
Offering them a business date "the next time you're around" won't cut it, she says.
Due to the fact that the redemption date is not a working day, the holders of the preferred shares will receive their payment on the first business date following the redemption date.
According to BellSouth, customers can designate traffic into four classes, with varying routing priorities, with the 'best effort' and 'business critical' classes used to separate priority business date from other applications.
with the business date of January 3, 2000 and processed cross-border customer and interbank payments, which were sent and received by the participating credit institutions.
Both stages are due to close between 20 and 55 business date from the closing of the first stage.
The origins of the dry-cleaning business date from 1817 when Johnson Brothers set up in Liverpool as silk dryers.
The boss of a Midland security firm is hoping a court will let him keep a business date with top singer Celine Dion.
CIGNA expects the settlement date to be December 16, 2010, the next business date following the Expiration Time.
CIGNA expects the settlement date to occur on the next business date following the expiration of the tender offer.
The origins of the drycleaning business date from 1817 when Johnson Brothers set up in Liverpool as silk dryers.
The foundations of the Blackett, Hart & Pratt business date back almost 170 years: