across two antitrust domains/ A regulator can leverage its power across distinct areas within a single policy domain.
Why not take full advantage of a steep yield curve by leveraging
mortgage securities when Fannie and Freddie stand ready to aggressively purchase these holdings in the event of unfolding market stress?
The benefits of leveraging
the Internet as a mission critical business system platform are significant.
will shape a wide range of CPA services.
These issues include the viability of the monopoly leveraging
theory, the necessity of consumer injury for competitive injury to exist, and the method of determining monopoly power in the acute care market.
an open architecture approach and industry-standard components, Rackable Systems' storage servers are available in both half-depth and full-depth form factors, offering a lower total cost of ownership with the benefit of world-class customer support.
The pacts are part of its plan to focus on leveraging
partners to facilitate product deployments and accelerate growth in 2004.
As a result, practitioners began to develop various structurings to apply the concepts of leveraging
without violating the NMTC rules.
Localization is based on identifying and addressing the differentiated needs of customers in the local markets while leveraging
the strengths of the organization worldwide.
is the concept of identifying leveraged activities and making them top priorities.
While the evidence suggests that the restructurings of the 1980s probably are improving, on balance, the efficiency of our economy, the worrisome and possibly excessive degree of leveraging
associated with this process could create a set of new problems for the financial system.
of existing storage network technologies lowers cost by reusing existing knowledge, thereby reducing the learning curve for an IP SAN without sacrificing performance.