The practice of consciously scaling back
as a strategy to cope with family and work responsibilities is pervasive, say Cornell sociologists Penny Becker and Phyllis Moen of the Cornell Employment and Family Careers Institute, which is supported by the Alfred P.
Boeing is scaling back
production of several commercial jets over the next two years, blaming the cutbacks on the continuing Asian crisis.
Despite this scaling back
in research, it's believed Chrysler Corp.
Maria Ramos denied that the bank was scaling back
because of unfavourable economic conditions on the continent.
The scaling back
of stimulus by the Fed, possibly next month, will be interpreted by many market players as a sign of improvement in the U.
Royal Bank of Scotland (LSE: RBS) is reportedly planning another exercise aimed at scaling back
investment banking operations.
City Hall is taking Mayor James Hahn and his ``hiring freezes'' very seriously, or he was never serious about scaling back
the bureaucracy in the first place.
Buying on the dips, and scaling back
during the market peak has really allowed them to take advantage of this extremely volatile market.
The revamp includes a scaling back
of the British bank's troubled investment banking operations, where almost one in three jobs are expected to go.
He would have gladly forgone the $28 million contract in the interest of a better-functioning city, and made up the lost revenue by scaling back
on waste and corruption.