However, because of high equipment cost and a not yet optimised technology, the Cerec system did not capture a big marketshare.
We are pleased to tell you of a very exciting development with the fund, which has reached a marketvalue of $750,000.
The townships that comprise the modern Mitte district grew up around marketplaces over which the people’s churches, the Nikolaikirche and Marienkirche, still tower today.
Classical stations now use marketresearch to determine playlists.
As workers, like, err, Microsoft employees for instance, get vested with options (convertible to stock), or get to buy stock at a discounted rate (typically 15 percent of that day's marketprice), it's hard to say where the "capitalist class" ends and the "proletariat" begins.
In his launching pad, Australia, Murdoch bought weak papers, outworked established rivals, and became the marketleader.
Unlike other health care markets, in which the change from quality to price based competition was gradual, driven by continuously increasing penetration of managed care, and often time confounded by other secular trends, the California legislation changed marketconditions very rapidly for all hospitals in the state by permitting all health plans for the first time to contract with only a subset of hospitals.
Some MarketParticipants have been submitting inaccurate files to the Reconciliation Manager - in particular zero quantity and estimated metering data.
This is as it should be, since a fundamental principle of a free-marketeconomy is that the market knows more than any individual within it.
It was clear quickly that all the successes and failures there over the years were due more to a particular person than to larger marketforces.
Harper's Bazaar introduced a Debutante Department in 1928 to gain marketinformation for advertisers; it surveyed three thousand well-to-do young women, rewarding each with a grab bag of cosmetic gifts.
We offer some of the best security available on the markettoday in the form of traffic barriers, automatic gates, CCTV and other accessories and controls.
In fact, "The city's Department of Housing and Community Development spends $1 million a year above the marketrate to rent its office.." The WP reports that despite revelations at last week's Senate fundraising hearings, President Clinton and his senior foreign policy advisors still believe that China did not have a plan to influence U.S. elections illegally, and hence that "there is so far no cause for taking punitive steps against Beijing."
Until Netscape approached him, he thought Microsoft was right and Netscape was wrong--based on his general view that "predation" (misuse of marketpower) is largely a myth.
Allied Telesyn is an established world leader in many marketsegments, including hubs, media converters and fibre optic ports.
Central Crete Central Crete is the marketgarden of the island with fertile valleys sitting between rocky mountain ranges.
It's possible, of course, that investment banks just keep getting surprised over and over again by the strong demand for IPOs, and that they really make their best effort to match opening prices with marketdemand while giving themselves reasonable insurance against getting stuck with unsold shares.
However, the ruling underscores the need of facilitating marketaccess for newcomers and of respecting consumer interests."
Monchique is a small markettown, known for its handicrafts and the famous Manueline portico of its 16th-century Igreja Matriz.
"Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman told a German business daily that the U.S. stock market was endangering the U.S. economy, because 'a strong marketcrash' was increasingly likely .
Today was, in that sense, a moment when this decade's crucial stock-markettrends--indexing, momentum investing, individual investing, and the Internet--converged to make Yahoo investors very happy indeed.
The crisis is, at bottom, a marketfailure.
Regional flexibility continues to enable Work and Income offices to respond to local labour marketneeds and recent benefit reforms have improved the financial incentives for sole parents to enter the labour market.
“ To harness the collective skills, knowledge and experience,within the industryto become more innovative, efficient and effective in the steel constructionand marketdevelopment activities”.
The possibility of mass customization for some apparel items presents another marketopportunity that demands short-cycle production.
The same scenario is played out a thousand times a day at markets all across the region; every town has a marketday at least once a month.
It says a recent front-page editorial in the Communist People's Daily proclaimed that "the words 'market economy' have been writ large on the flag of socialism for the first time" and denounced party members favoring a slowdown in marketreforms.
Estimates of the NYSE's potential marketcapitalization (total stock value) range from $6 billion to more than $15 billion.
This is a company with less than $10 million in annual revenue which now has a marketcap of $3.3 billion.)
To repeat a point made here too many times before, synergy occurs only when two companies together can make and marketproducts more efficiently than they were able to do apart.
Hospital marketareas and the HHI were calculated based on all payer zip code level patient flows, as described in Zwanziger et al.
Although Greenspan did speak to the idea that investors are starting to see stocks as not much more risky than bonds (an idea associated with the authors of Dow 36,000 --see Slate 's "Crapshoot" for a critique of this idea), the real focus of his speech was something much broader, namely the way financial panics tend to eradicate the delicate distinctions between different classes of assets, distinctions that any marketsystem needs in order to invest for the future.
Immediate futures marketanalysis from London and Frankfurt.
It's a pretty safe bet that in most parts of Manhattan, marketrents would settle in somewhere between the $2,000 a month I pay and the $600 that others pay for nearly identical apartments in the same building.
The leading opponents of reducing the amount of Aristotle, physics, and English composition in the curriculum are liberal professors, students, and alumni, who reject the consumer-marketmodel of education.
It's unsurprising, therefore, that the people pushing the Gen Y boom hardest are not sociologists, journalists, or activists but marketresearchers.
But the trend, the Journal says, doesn't just signify the surge of a particular marketsector--rather it shows the rising degree to which online investors are influencing the market.
In his speech on Friday, though, Greenspan acknowledged that market prices are determined by "millions of investors, many of whom are highly knowledgeable about the prospects for the specific companies" that make up the marketindices.
And while picking proximate causes for marketmovements is a fool's game, I'll be a fool and point to two important reasons: bond prices and Intel.
Facing the temple is the three-story Cafe Nyatapola, with balconies from which diners can admire the Nyatapola Temple and take in the marketactivities on the square below.
"The Wall Street Journal said that traders blamed Tuesday's stock-marketvolatility on 'a change in the composition of the Standard & Poor's 500-stock index, shock at the soaring price of gold, rumors that some investment partnerships were madly selling stocks to cover losing bets against gold, end-of-month portfolio changes, anxiety over interest rates and worries about possible market troubles as the year 2000 approaches.'
Well, the Wall Street Journal and NYT fronts report that Federal Trade Commission investigators are recommending civil antitrust charges against Intel Corp., alleging that the chip maker used its dominant marketposition unfairly against smaller competitors.
Through our service partners we are able to deliver close to real time marketintelligence on a significant proportion of customers that interact with your business each day.
Urging "all our people to take active and positive part in welcoming our august visitor," it boasted that the Clinton administration had acknowledged the country's "remarkable achievements" in embracing democracy and free marketeconomics.
The grounds for securities marketsregulation are to be found in the net benefits it provides.
In fact, there appears to have been no significant Y2K disruption anywhere, but allow Chatterbox to make a bold prediction of his own: Yardeni will still be eagerly sought after by financial journalists and CNN bookers, because in Yardeni's particular marketniche it's better to be vivid than to be right.
Comments about existing marketarrangements included: 407578
If, because of the depressed stockmarket, your assets are not liquid enough for you to come up with one million dollars this year, then we can consider one of the other alternate ways to achieve our goal.
As the LAT explains, Japan's increasingly high savings rate has only exacerbated the Asian economic crisis, by drying up a big exportmarket for the floundering neighboring economies.
It's a mistake for these countries to argue that having minimum-wage laws or regulations keeping corporations from running toxic dumps will wreck their chances of competing in the worldmarket, just like it's a mistake for small businesses to argue that having a minimum-wage law in the United States does irreparable harm to them.
Part of the torrent has moved into the local propertymarket, raising prices by as much as 50 percent for prime residential blocks in the first half of this year.
According to Lewis, the U.S. capitalmarkets have acquired the personal predilections of Jim Clark.
The Wall Street Journal "Outlook" observes, "In the U.S. jobmarket, the balance of power is shifting to employees from employers," and states that "the retention frenzy was triggered in part by previous waves of corporate downsizing," which left behind survivors who took stock of career options and used Internet job listings and intensified recruiting to land better offers, which in turn led to counter-offers and higher salaries.
The fleamarket on Waterlooplein also has an international reputation, although the market is much smaller since the building of the Muziek Theater.
In a securitiesmarket, if your neighbors overgraze (i.e., engage in index investing at times when the market is relatively inefficient), you can fleece them.
"Don't be a BoneHead," puns the chyron at the end of the spot, humorously encouraging its targetmarket to reach for a condom.
But it has all the makings of a perfect nichemarket.
To me, it's the latest sign that the end is near, or at least the end of the bullmarket.
Weekend Cocktail Chatter Rather perplexing that on a day when Lord Greenspan spooked the bondmarket with talk of a possible--though still only possible--rate hike, bank stocks were doing so well.
We have lost quite a bit of money in the sharemarket and unit trust, so I thank Bob Bengerter and ARPT for being there and helping people like us to experience a secure way if investing.
Based on the findings of a number of labormarket and contingent valuation studies, the US EPA determined a value of statistical life of $4.8 million in 1990 US dollars, which can be translated into an approximate value of $6 million in 2000 US dollars using Consumer Price Index inflation rates.
Before the 1980s, there was no futures market in oil, nor even a real spotmarket for crude oil.
For example, the new housingmarket represents only a small fraction of the potential public health benefits of insulation in the residential sector.
On May 20 2003, the Government announced the establishment of an Electricity Commission to govern the New Zealand electricitymarket.
But bond traders are as manic--no, more manic- than their counterparts in the equitymarket.
And then forever after, Philadelphia's insurancemarket might look like Milwaukee's.
When you think about whether it should have been done, you end up confronting again a central paradox of the media business today: The more fragmented audiences and consumermarkets become, the more important scale appears to be.
Visit the Hi Kuic craftmarket in downtown Cancún, and better still the Mercado Municipal in Mérida, to experience the genuine, colorful atmosphere of a Mexican market.
A visit to the local fishmarket is a revealing window into Algarvian life.
Markets Amsterdam still has a good number of authentic streetmarkets where you can mix with local people and pick up a bargain.
Microsoft, Adobe, Starwave, and other Seattle-area companies employ a bunch of mid-30s people just like us--only rich--and they've bid up the real-estatemarket.
These open-airmarkets are also the most interesting places to shop in Beijing.
There is a Boekenmarkt (bookmarket) every Friday on Spui in front of the entrance to the Begijnhof.
The government said Microsoft used its monopoly power in the operating systems market to bully and threaten its way into dominance over the browsermarket.
But it still all seems a bit odd, since the purported bearmarket lasted only a few weeks, and was founded on nothing more than overwrought concerns about inflation and a sudden advent of panic about Y2K.
New coins and bills are an insignificant percentage of the total money supply, which--depending on the definition--also includes checking and savings accounts, moneymarket holdings, mutual funds, and other financial instruments.
They scope all investmentmarkets, and shift billions of dollars in and out of currencies, shares and bonds.
These efforts to improve quality may result from increased consumer consciousness due to public reporting, and, consequently, heightened competition in the nursing homemarket based on relative quality of care, or may be a response to the incentive to compare favourably with other individual facilities based on publicly-reported data [ 2 3 ] .
Touristmarkets are now thriving in Cuba’s major centers, even if much of what you’ll find is related to Che Guevara — berets, T-shirts bearing his countenance, and dolls, among many other “revolutionary” items.
In an earlier incarnation of this column, in fact, I argued that the combination of new oil-discovery and oil-recovery technology with the advent of the spot futuresmarket in oil meant that the OPEC's glory days were long gone.
The Kunstmarkt or artmarket on Thorbeckeplein takes place on Sundays between March and November.
Only New York has no suburb with an essentially yuppie character--by which I mean dotted with little strip centers containing, perhaps, one or two casually chic restaurants, a Starbucks, a Borders, an upscale foodmarket, an art gallery, a Merchant-Ivory-type movie theater, and a mildly stylish home-furnishings store.
Perhaps the most famous market in Amsterdam is the Bloemenmarkt or flowermarket, which is held on the Singel everyday.
The government said Microsoft used its monopoly power in the operating systemsmarket to bully and threaten its way into dominance over the browser market.
You can see the same phenomenon at work in analysts' estimates of things like that fabled Internet business-to-businessmarket.
A lively fruit and vegetablemarket is held by the banks of the River Gilão, and it is well worth crossing the Roman bridge to view more of the town’s elegant houses and pretty flower-filled squares.
He listed six other steps for averting disaster: 1) equipping international institutions with the research facilities to stop lying and to tell the truth about the real state of the world economy; 2) taking the worst-affected countries into international trusteeship before financing them; 3) multiplying the fire breaks by sealing off the world's most volatile foreign-exchangemarkets; 4) taxing international speculation to increase the financial resources of international organizations; 5) taking counter-panic measures by, for example, getting governments around the world to make public international investments to show the global community's confidence in its own long-term future; 6) encouraging in the markets a taste for being different, for "finding it fashionable to be unfashionable," for going against the grain.
Behind, on Market Square, the weekendmarket attracts the best of Ontario’s fruit and vegetables and the most brazen of the local artists and musicians.
Most of the population is occupied in informal activities such as producemarkets, bicycle- and car-repair, car-washing, although a formal sector also exists and consists of banking, teaching, commercial, the public and civil service [ 22 ] .
It comes alive every three days for the big morningmarket in the central square.
Visitors see the traditional juxtaposed with the modern among Chinatown shophouses, among the vibrancy and aromas of popular nightmarkets, and even in the modern shopping centers.
There are no less than seven separate activities impacting on policy for the energy supply sector in Australia, including the CoAG review of energymarkets and the review by the National Electricity Market Ministerial Forum of a range of NEM issues.
(To recap: The Justice Department vetoed Microsoft's 1994 attempt to purchase Intuit, maker of the personal-finance program Quicken, on the grounds that it was anti-competitive--a bid to corner the personal-finance-softwaremarket.)
The museum was opened in 1913 at the site of an old men’s home and the Vleeshal (meatmarket) dating from 1603, both of which had been painted by Hals during his lifetime.