- Collins COBUILD English Language Dictionary
“One of the (smaller) members of the CCE is the Canacintra, which represents small and medium industrial firms.”
“Brock said that in the long term CCE wants to achieve a balanced combination of bigger profit margins, partly from higher prices, and bigger sales volumes.”
“The CCE is a nationwide network of agricultural and environmental specialists based in Ithaca, New York.”
“He also said that the demonstrators are "living from hand to mouth" and that the CCE is a problem, primarily because not only is he affected, but will have to pay for other individuals.”
“Worried about losing control over its disparate bottlers, Coca-Cola's chief financial officer at the time, M. Douglas Ivester, forged a plan to create big, publicly traded "anchor bottlers" such as CCE in which it would own a large stake — up to 49% — while keeping the bottlers 'assets off its books.”
“( "CCE"), completed the previously announced acquisition of 100% of the outstanding common stock of Frank Sisson's Silver Dollar Ltd. and 100% of the outstanding common stock of EGC Properties Ltd., the owner and operator of the Silver Dollar”
“Coke's bottlers, such as CCE) operate separately and help Coke avoid having to consolidate its bottling operations.”
“I brought a copy of the workbook back to Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE).”
“CCE shares began trading on the New York Stock Exchange today under the CCE stock symbol, and are down 31%.”
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