Earnings Related

Some articles on earning, earnings, related:

Wislon - First Term As Prime Minister - Domestic Affairs - Social Services and Welfare
... The widow's earning rule was also abolished ... government increased the national assistance rate to a higher level relative to earnings, and via annual adjustments, broadly maintained the rate at between 19% and 20% of gross industrial earnings until the start ... for which flat rate unemployment benefit was payable was extended to twelve months, while the earnings limit for pensioners was extended ...
U.S. Securities And Exchange Commission - Regulatory Failures - List of Major SEC Enforcement Actions 2009-2012
... nonpublic information concerning sales, earnings, and other performance data of their employers to multiple hedge funds and other investment professionals ... April 2011, the SEC charged Wachovia with misconduct related to the sale of two collateralized debt obligations (CDOs), including charging excessive ... Chip” Skowron, a former portfolio manager for six health care-related hedge funds, with insider trading in a bio-pharmaceutical company based on confidential ...
Harold Wilson - First Term As Prime Minister (1964–70) - Domestic Affairs - Social Services and Welfare
... The widow’s earning rule was also abolished ... the national assistance rate to a higher level relative to earnings, and via annual adjustments, broadly maintained the rate at between 19% and 20% of gross industrial earnings until the start of 1970 ... rate unemployment was payable was extended to twelve months, while the earnings limit for pensioners was extended ...

Famous quotes containing the words related and/or earnings:

    The custard is setting; meanwhile
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    But am forced to fret over insufficient details related to large
    Unfinished concepts that can never bring themselves to the point
    Of being, with or without my help, if any were forthcoming.
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    The earnings of a poet could be reckoned by a metaphysician rather than a bookkeeper.
    Edward Dahlberg (1900–1977)