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  • API-G Net Equipment and Leasehold Improvements Current portion of long-term debt-related parties Current portion of long-term debt-bank term loan Long term debt, less current portion-MEDC/MSF Weighted number of shares outstanding - Basic Weighted number of shares outstanding - Diluted

  • Bharti Airtel said its fiscal first-quarter profit fell 28%, as an increase in debt-related costs weighed on India's largest mobile-phone company by users.

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  • Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc.'s fourth-quarter earnings fell 1.8% on tax- and debt-related charges, though the beverage company benefited from stronger sales volume and higher pricing.

    Dr Pepper Revenue Helped by Volume Sales, Pricing

  • Consulting firm Oliver Wyman estimates the new law will cause debt-related interchange revenue to shrink to $4.4 billion.

    Merchants Shred Costs of Payments by Plastic

  • Excluding debt-related payments and other items, funds from operations — a profitability metric for real-estate investment trusts — rose to $1.22 a share in the third quarter from $1.18 a share in the same period last year.

    Vornado Results Suggest Sector on the Rebound

  • Limiting debt-related deductions also could help curb the buildup of leverage by financial firms that many people believe accelerated the sector's meltdown in 2008.

    Potential Tax Change Is Red Flag for Some Firms

  • It now looks like Brown has resolved all the court cases brought against him for debt-related issues -- as long as he makes his payments on time.

    DeMorning DeBonis: March 1, 2011

  • Half of all those polled say they're suffering at least some debt-related stress.

    Home sales jump in October, beating expectations

  • Neiman Marcus Group Inc. reported a fiscal fourth-quarter loss as the upscale retailer posted a debt-related expense and slightly lower margins, masking a double-digit increase in sales.

    Neiman Marcus Posts Steeper Loss

  • Dostoevsky famously wrote under sharp debt-related financial pressure and thus the material is sometimes of uneven quality (consider the quality gap between the first third of The Idiot and the last third) whereas with Tolstoy it's all good.

    Matthew Yglesias » Why Choose?

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