Willem Mesdag, a member of the compensation committee, Skandia board member and vice chairman of Skandia's board from 2001, said in his testimony that from the discussions held by the compensation committee on 5 May 2000, it was clear to him that there had been a cap, but that this had been removed in association with the extension of the AFS program in January 2000, and that consequently no settlement would be made of the program as per 31 December 1999
, but that the program would be counted for the entire period without the cap when it expired on 15 May 2000.
2 per cent compound annual growth rate of underlying earnings per share (before goodwill amortisation, retirement benefits and exceptional items) of the Rexam Group over the three years from 31 December 1999
(as restated for the adoption of FRS17 "Retirement Benefits" and FRS19 "Deferred Tax").
Southwest Airlines has launched a fare sale for USD99 or less, one-way, for flights on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, with travel valid from 31 December 1999
to 9 June 2000.
Other notable elements in ICL's strategy include the establishment of a continuity planning centre in Middlesex, UK and the availability of 2,000 additional staff worldwide between 31 December 1999
and 3 January 2000.
Securities and Exchange Commission, including its 10-K for the year ended 31 December 1999
and its 10-Q for the 3-month period ended 31 March 2000, the 3-month period ended 30 June 2000 and the 3-month period ended September 30, 2000.
Following the expiry of the Fourth Financial Protocol with Malta on 31 December 1999
, the Council adopted Regulation 555/2000 on 13 June concerning the implementation of actions in the context of a pre-accession strategy for Cyprus and Malta.
New Zealand and Fiji will apparently be the first locations in the airline`s network to pass through midnight into the New Year at 2200 ADST (Australian Daylight Savings Time) 31 December 1999
, with the last changeover to occur at Tahiti and Honolulu at 2100ADST on 1 January 2000.
Sonera Ltd, the Finnish telecomms company, has decided to terminate its manually switched sea radio service on 31 December 1999
, because the service has become unprofitable due to reduced demand.
The Court of Auditors states that on 31 December 1999
commitments of over Euro 70 billion were still outstanding (Euro 41.
Only 2% said that they intended to avoid flying on 31 December 1999
or 1 January 2000.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-(C) 1994-9 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD More than half of IT specialists would refuse to fly at midnight on 31 December 1999
due to safety concerns, according to a recent MORI survey conducted for ICL.
4 per cent to US$724 million for 2000, compared to US$498 million in 1999, primarily due to the acquisition of Republic New York Corporation on 31 December 1999