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ARS

On drawings, abbr. for asbestos roof shingles.
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In reaching the settlement, FINRA took into account that in December 2008, Jefferies spent approximately $68 million in a partial voluntary buyback of ARS held in retail accounts.
This separation of research and regulation/action inspires confidence that the scientific information ARS researchers provide is independent.
Funds distributed by ARS are royalties that artists would otherwise never have known about or had the opportunity to collect.
FINRA found that up until February 2008 - when widespread auction failures froze ARS holdings - HSBC retail brokers recommended and sold ARS to customers, representing them as liquid and safe investments.
Now, taking food safety to the next level is cutting-edge ARS research that just reached the market--a new light-based scanner that can inspect beef carcasses for possible microbiological contamination by measuring changes in reflected light.
In the actions announced today, the firms agreed to a comprehensive settlement plan that has been applied in FINRA's previous ARS settlements.
ARS / Rescue Rooter is a leading brand of American Residential Services, LLC.
A branch of the Bureau of African A airs, ARS employs two Americans and 19 Locally Employed Staff, who create and nurture relationships between Africans and Americans.
There is an estimated $50 billion in ARS among banks and hedge funds, Robak said.
ARS has several of the world's small pool of experts in cereal rust research," explains Kay Simmons, ARS national program leader for plant genetics and grain crops.
The partnership offers retailers advanced integration between Sports South and the ARS software, including seamless EDI interfaces for electronic submission of purchase orders, downloading advanced shipping notices, promotions, price changes and catalog updates.
The legal specialties represented on the ARS panel include criminal law, family law, bankruptcy, real estate, landlord/tenant issues, personal injury, probate, litigation, Social Security and disability, employment and workers' compensation.