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  • million worth of finished goods sitting there in your back lot over the yearend, which is not what you want.

    Airbus Misses A380 Goal After Rolls Engine Failure - Bloomberg

  • And I am wondering if you might offer a little bit more color as to where this came from and in particular whether Longtop saw any kind of yearend flush out of China Construction Bank that might have contributed to that upside?

  • How should we think about the Q1 seasonality for the traditional wireline business, the telecom business, given what the movements are with the China customers and do you anticipate any kind of yearend inventory reductions from those guys like they have done in the past.

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  • "At yearend 2005 there were 3,145 black male sentenced prison inmates per 100,000 black males in the United States, compared to 1,244 Hispanic male inmates per 100,000 Hispanic males and 471 white male inmates per 100,000 white males."

    Illegal Immigration and Political Culture, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Mr. Barger said JetBlue expects to have a quarter of its total capacity in the Caribbean and Latin America by yearend.

    JetBlue Posts Profit

  • Since I only discovered him this year thanks to Melville House, it seemed entirely appropriate that I added this to another online purchase before yearend.

    Buying presents — for myself « A Progressive on the Prairie

  • Since I only discovered him this year thanks to Melville House [6], it seemed entirely appropriate that I added this to another online purchase before yearend.

    A Progressive on the Prairie » Buying presents — for myself » Print

  • In return, Frontier would commit to aircraft growth plans, raise the new liquidity and complete the airline's restructuring by yearend.

    Republic Lifted by Frontier Savings

  • The new software, which will be available by yearend on handsets from a variety of manufacturers with service on many leading carriers, discards both the Windows desktop metaphor that has crippled Windows Mobile from the beginning and the grid of apps user interface popularized by the iPhone and adapted by Android.

    Windows Phone 7: A Most Un-Microsoft Announcement « Steve Wildstrom on Tech

  • According to the past forecasts gathered by the Philly Fed, you should assume the odds are 80% that corporate bond yields — 4.9% at yearend 2010 — will shift to somewhere between 3.8% and 5.8% by late 2011.

    Making Sense of Market Forecasts

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