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INTEREST payments on DEBENTURES and LOAN STOCK which must be paid by a company before any dividend payments can be made to shareholders. See ORDINARY SHARE, PREFERENCE SHARE.
Collins Dictionary of Business, 3rd ed. © 2002, 2005 C Pass, B Lowes, A Pendleton, L Chadwick, D O’Reilly and M Afferson
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They also noted Cruz has a prior charge for driving under the influence.
He is now in custody on charges of resistance, fleeing, attempting to elude, driving with a suspended license and violation of probation on a prior charge, according to local news reports.
The committee continued its work from the Board's prior charge regarding review of Rule 221 and made recommendations for amendments to sections 221.2 through 221.11.
Rapper (http://www.ibtimes.com/kodak-black-remain-jail-tunnel-vision-rapper-could-be-considered-danger-2507907) Kodak Black , who just completed anger management courses for a prior charge, has reportedly been indicted on sexual assault charges in South Carolina Monday.
(128) The underlying rationale for the Rogers-Bartolomeo Rule was to protect the defendant's right to the counsel that exists on the prior pending criminal charge, which is rendered academic if no counsel yet exists on the prior charge. (129)
The full record is sketchy, but it is clear that Zhu has been imprisoned at least twice before, once for seven years on a prior charge of subversion, and another time for two years on a charge of obstructing official business, the official business being the beating of his son by the local gendarmes.
"Some developers do enter into arrangements for re-mortgaging properties without releasing the prior charge to the bank," he said.
The court record states that she no longer requires supervised probation (for a prior charge) since she is out of the country.
The company had an $828.1 million net loss for fiscal 2002, which reflects a $700 million charge for the cumulative effect of an accounting change; a $704.2 million pretax charge related to Randall's; $58.9 million in restructuring charges; and a $14.3 million benefit from the reversal of a portion of a prior charge.
Those items were partially offset by a $14.3 million benefit from the reversal of a portion of a prior charge.
If the restructuring charge occurs within two years of a prior charge (a temporally proximate subsequent charge), then our results suggest that compensation committees do not shield CEO compensation from the charge.
Lui has a prior charge of trafficking 51 pounds of marijuana out of Virginia in 2010, and Miss Ni had no identification.