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  • And because of the last-in, first-out law, we would be forced to layoff teachers based solely on how many years they've logged on the job, not on the quality of the job they're doing.

    Mayor Bloomberg Responds To Cuomo's Budget

  • Wal-Mart also agreed that its store managers will use a first-in, first-out method for the sale of infant formula and non-prescription drugs, and department managers will verify expiration dates on shelved infant formula containers when they restock such merchandise.

    Al Norman: Wal-Mart's Infant Formula Scam

  • Everyone from Duncan on down has been weighing in on "last-in, first-out" LIFO, the latest wrinkle in the ongoing, contentious debate about teacher quality.

    Susan Ochshorn: Embracing Our Children: Superintendents With a Vision

  • And parents need union contracts that we'd write for our own kids, which is why we oppose the anachronistic policy of "Last-in first-out," which forces districts to lay off teachers without regard to quality or commitment to kids.

    Ben Austin: Agreeing on What's Best for Kids

  • The consequences of layoffs under the last-in, first-out rule would have been "devastating," he said.

    Mayor Defends Record

  • But now I think that last-in, first-out is a ludicrous policy.

    Youth Radio -- Youth Media International: Low Salaries Chase Talent Out Of Teaching, Says Film "American Teacher"

  • If Mr. Buffett uses a first-in, first-out method for identifying stock sold, his tax rate goes much higher.

    On Taxing Phantom Capital Gains

  • Robert Gordon , CEO of Twenty-First Securities, an investment-management firm in New York, was dismayed earlier this year to find that not all brokerages are set up to offer customers highest-cost, first-out, which can minimize taxes on gains.

    The Tax Mess Deepens

  • According to Stevie Conlon , a senior director at WoltersKluwer Financial Services, brokers should offer customers a choice of at least four reporting methods on stock sales: first-in, first-out; last-in, first-out; highest-cost, first-out; and specific identification.

    The Tax Mess Deepens

  • A report released Tuesday found that at a meeting in March, Lenny Speiller insisted that a petition sent to parent coordinators—and meant to be circulated among families—include a line in support of ending the seniority rules, known as last-in, first-out.

    Schools Lobbyist Gets a Reprimand

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