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  • Avoiding chaos and panic— a run on the institution by counterparties and creditors—is the key to preserving financial stability, and to disposing of the failed entity's assets at the highest value.

    FDIC Defends Wind-Down Powers

  • "The Commission's investigation showed no realistic prospects that a new airline of a sufficient size would enter the routes and restrain the merged entity's pricing," the commission, which has antitrust powers within the European Union, said in a statement.

    EU Blocks Greek Airlines' Merger

  • The combined entity's post-deal consolidated debt will go up to $1 billion as a result, Mr. Singh said.

    Fortis Health India in Singapore Deal

  • CdP Chairman Franco Bassanini said Friday that to make an investment it would have to change the entity's statute though this could be done "quickly" by calling a general meeting of shareholders.

    Parmalat Delays Meeting to Buy Time

  • As it stands, the bill says that religious organizations that oppose same-sex marriage are not required to engage in a range of activities related to "the promotion of marriage, through religious programs, counseling, educational courses, summer camps, and retreats, in violation of the entity's religious beliefs."

    Md. House considering amendment that would send same-sex marriage bill back to Senate

  • This may create a monopoly in "satellite radio", but there are numerous alternatives to satellite radio that are very easy to switch over to, so easy in fact, that the proper market to evaluate the merged entity's market share is probably the entire market for music sales, including CD's, internet downloads (iTunes), HD radio, FM radio, etc.

    Shocked, Shocked!: Opposition to the XM-Sirius Merger, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • A late draft of the letter, reviewed by The Wall Street Journal, contends that key decision making at a combined exchange "would be shifted overseas" because the merged entity's chief executive would be based in London and the majority of directors would be from LSE.

    Canadian Banks Unite Against TMX-LSE Tie-Up

  • Some of each entity's investments are of such poor quality that they are essentially worthless; the rest should be sold off to recoup as much as possible of the taxpayer money that has been spent on covering the GSEs' losses.

    Ryan Budget Plan Promotes Housing Recovery by Ending Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac

  • The entity's mission: to prioritize and fund CER-related research into what works best for most people, and communicate the results to the public.

    John Horton: You're a Person, Not a Data Point

  • So a donor may home in on one entity's financials without realizing it's not the full picture.

    Putting Charities to The Financial Test

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