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  • Its name is NASA Curriculum Improvements Partnership Award for the Integration of Research and will fund a project called Acquiring Interest in Math and Science.

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  • Acquiring LACE gave his new company the licenses it needed from the Securities and Exchange Commission to start rating securities.

    Kroll Ratings Takes Aim at S

  • Acquiring T-Mobile from Germany's Deutsche Telekom AG would be the biggest deal yet for the new team in charge, and with the Justice Department lawsuit, it is in uncharted territory.

    Blindsided and Besieged, AT&T's Lawyer Fights On

  • Acquiring customers through direct mail costs 10 times more than acquiring them through a branch network, which means Citi's costs probably outweigh those of Chase, which operates five times as many U.S. branches.

    Debit or Credit? Citi Places Its Bet

  • Acquiring popular songs in this format was not possible at this time, but Canonical will continue to look for future opportunities to improve the quality of the songs found in the Ubuntu One Music Store.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • Acquiring Bow Energy would allow the venture potentially to expand the annual output capacity of each of the facility's two processing units, known as trains, to 4.6 million tons of LNG.

    Australia Delays Ruling on Shell-PetroChina Bid

  • Acquiring the Pennsylvania assets, which handle more than a billion cubic feet of gas per day, will make Chesapeake Midstream the largest gathering and processing master limited partnership as measured by throughput volume, the company said.

    Chesapeake Energy to Sell $865 Million in Pipelines

  • Acquiring medical data has, historically, been problematic.

    Health Care Is Next Frontier for Big Data

  • Acquiring one of the premier wealth-management, capital-markets, and advisory companies is a great opportunity for our shareholders,” Lewis said the next morning.

    The Final Days of Merrill Lynch

  • Acquiring companies that have strong cash flow and growing 15% would give them a hell of a pay back.

    Why Does Cisco Need $4 Billion in Debt?

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