Aggrieved investors equipped with expanded disclosure requirements that attach a dollar amount to contingencies
may be more likely to prevail against management and auditors.
of domain self-esteem were measured by the Contingencies
of Self-worth Scale (CSW; Yang et al.
Krauss is seeing 85 to 90 percent contingencies
, rather than the 70 to 80 percent recent norm, Krauss said, meaning that the purchaser has to be able to secure a mortgage equivalent to 85 to 90 percent of the purchase price in order to be bound to the contract.
Therefore, cooperative learning procedures often incorporate both interdependent and independent group-oriented contingencies
In other words, contingencies
can be extremely effective tools for increasing a company's profits.
It also produces an objective basis for resolving questions about the need to provide for liability contingencies
It is hard to see why it should then tell us to favor some contingencies
(noninherited ones) over others.
Of course permanent and contingency workers interact, sometimes extensively, but permanent employees usually treat contingencies
who serve their convenience as colleagues, not peers.
This regulation, known as the "noncontingent bond method" allows an issuer to accrue an original issue discount (OID) deduction at a yield "comparable" to that of a fixed-rate instrument with similar terms and conditions, but without contingencies
In the past five years, new insurance products have been developed to facilitate mergers, acquisitions and other forms of corporate transactions by translating future contingencies
into current premium dollars.