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  • Instead of PKI, the Development Manager was merely an affiliate of PKI, controlled by Nevis, called ETI, an entity that was not a contractual partner of Bay Center (the plaintiff).

    Delaware Corporate and Commercial Litigation Blog

  • The details of the management duties were outlined in a separate management agreement that was only signed by a subsidiary of PKI called Emery Bay ETI, LLC ( "ETI").

    Delaware Corporate and Commercial Litigation Blog

  • It's light on the connectors to mainframes and minis that you'll find in commercial products such as ETI Solution V6, a comparable code-generating solution that can output native code in Java as well as Cobol,

    Techworld.com News

  • But a new study, Project Deepwater, by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) in the UK has found that due to their greater ability to access stronger and more consistent winds deeper out at sea, they are more economically efficient in the long term.

    Wind Power Cheaper, More Reliable With Floating Turbines: Project Deepwater Study

  • But a new study, Project Deepwater, by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) ...

    Wind Power Cheaper, More Reliable With Floating Turbines: Project Deepwater Study

  • The ETI studies exclude capital gains, but other research shows that when the capital gains tax goes up investors avoid that tax by selling assets less frequently, and therefore not realizing as many gains in taxable accounts.

    The Rich Can't Pay for ObamaCare

  • As the authors note, however, "there is much evidence to suggest that the ETI is higher for high-income individuals."

    The Rich Can't Pay for ObamaCare

  • Economists call that "the elasticity of taxable income" (ETI), and measure it by examining income tax returns before and after marginal tax rates claimed a bigger slice of income reported to the IRS.

    The Rich Can't Pay for ObamaCare

  • And for incomes above $500,000, Treasury Department economist Bradley Heim recently estimated the ETI at 1.2 — which means higher tax rates on the super-rich yield less revenue than lower tax rates.

    The Rich Can't Pay for ObamaCare

  • For incomes above $100,000, a 2008 study by MIT economist Jon Gruber and Mr. Saez found an ETI of 0.57.

    The Rich Can't Pay for ObamaCare

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