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“The stock was down 1.3% in after-market trading after the software firm's earnings only met analysts' expectations, excluding a five-cent tax benefit.”
“She fills up her Saturn Vue at Shell stations on Thursdays to get an additional five-cent discount.”
“Webster Chief Executive James Smith says investors should be heartened by the bank's recent move even though the new five-cent dividend is well below the 30 cents paid out before the mortgage meltdown.”
“When negotiations were taking place, the company was pushing for a 35-cent-per-hour wage increase as well as a five-cent hourly raise for workers with outstanding job reviews, union officials said.”
“Spreadtrum also announced a five-cent per American depositary share quarterly payout Wednesday, which it expects to cost it $2.45 million a quarter.”
“The most recent period included a five-cent per-share tax expense related to a reversal of reserves for foreign uncertain tax positions.”
“• J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.—25-cent quarterly dividend, up from five-cent payout, plus a $15 billion share buyback program with $8 billion expected in 2011.”
“UnitedHealth said the deal should add to per-share earnings next year; BMO Capital Markets estimated a five-cent per-share benefit.”
“The company is proposing a 35-cent-per—hour wage increases, as well as five-cent hourly raise for workers with outstanding job reviews—boosts that union officials said are inadequate.”
“Schmidt Museum THE SCHMIDT COLLECTION includes, clockwise from top left: the side of a barn, 1940s; a cameo paper sign, 1896; a five-cent vending machine, 1948-51; a one-of-a-kind van, 1977; a Victorian serving tray, 1897; a bathing-girl pocket mirror, 1922; and a celluloid hanging sign, 1902.”
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