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Working

Attempting to complete the remaining part of a trade, by finding either buyers or sellers for the rest.

Working

1. In investing, a term describing the process of a broker attempting to find a counterparty for a trade.

2. See: Working capital.

3. See: Work.
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Johns is part of CVS' "snowbird" program that allows him to split his time working between a New Jersey pharmacy and stores in Florida.
Choreographer/performer Dan Froot, his work and life strongly influenced by Chuma, recalls working with her.
A report, When Working is not Enough to Escape Poverty: An Analysis of Canada's Working Poor, shows that a significant proportion of low-income families included at least one worker.
As part of the increasing use of personal narratives to explore the perspective of the working classes and write "history from below," the home also became significant for the sources it contained or generated.
People with disabilities--including many with MS--are finding ways to keep working, or start working again, by telecommuting, or doing "telework." Technology, whether it's the Internet or an old-fashioned telephone, helps create the most accessible office of all.
It makes a contribution to the literature by producing working definitions for "knowledge management," "communities of practice," and "knowledge work."
From the perspective of the chief financial officer, the concept of working capital management is relatively straightforward: to ensure that the organization is able to fund the difference between short-term assets and short-term liabilities.
When Donna Klein, president and CEO of Corporate Voices for Working Families, a Washington-based nonprofit organization, met with a group of owners and managers of smaller businesses on the subject, they said flexibility simply wasn't an option for anyone running line operations.
Additionally, and just as important, Breder taught his students to follow a tripartite process when working: formulate a proposal, execute it, and document it.
He was teaching in New York and working in Hadley, [Massachusetts] which was just a few miles away from where I lived, and so it was an opportunity.
An overview of the rehabilitation process and considerations for rehabilitation counselors working with this population are described in the following paragraphs.
For example, in a simple turn of phrase, Levine and Pitt made the invisible glaringly apparent when they coined the phrase "working fathers" in their 1995 landmark book.