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Variable Coupon Renewable Note

A debt security that matures every week with the principal automatically reinvested at a new interest rate. This process continues until the holder of the note asks the principal not to be reinvested. The interest rate is generally linked to the rate on a Treasury bill. It is also called a VCR note.

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The world's first VCR was launched in Britain in 1972 but failed to take off because of clumsy design and crude technology.
The popularity of VCR has influenced research that sought to determine the motives and perceived effect of VCR usage (Rubin, 1983; Rubin & Bantz, 1987; Rubin & Rubin, 1989).
Until now, a no-frills home-theater system meant hooking up your stereo to the TV and VCR.
One idea Meier has proposed would incorporate a rechargeable backup battery into VCRs and other products that need to keep some memory chips or other low-power devices energized.
based chain will only offer the VHS format through its Web site but will continue to sell VCR players and blank VHS tapes in its stores.
The company, known for its dual deck VCR, is now offerings dual-deck model priced for a broader market Roger Hackett, chairman and chief executive, said the new dual-deck is priced at $399.
The progressive scan DV-PF73U offers the same capabilities of Hitachi's stand-alone DVD deck including progressive scan output, dual laser pickup, but also adds a fully-functional VCR saving space on component racks and adding convenience.
Families with multiple VCRs in the house and inside kids' bedrooms makes VHS a viable option still.
Enhanced lines include more models in white for kitchens, more four-head VCRs for better picture quality and stereo sound.
LANCASTER - Five boys ages 8 to 15 were arrested on suspicion of burglarizing Joshua School over the weekend after sheriff's deputies found stolen VCRs, computers and a stereo at a home.
manufacturers of Panasonic branded products, is kicking off its 1996 line at the Consumer Electronics Show with a number of heavily featured VCRs.