Abstracts: Is Macintosh Your Apple? The Great Package Delivery Race. Should Your Child Go to Computer Camp?
Abstracts: ISMA - will it ever happen? The potential of direct broadcast satellites for the USA. Could civil satellites monitor nuclear tests?
Abstracts: Is money smart? A study of mutual fund investors' fund selection ability. Stock splits: evidence from mutual funds
Abstracts: Is Navy 'information management' becoming an oxymoron? The carriers pack the airborne cavalry. World navies in review
Abstracts: ISO and total quality. Total quality can work. The quality cry of a modern Paul Revere
Abstracts: Isodynamic evaluation of trunk muscles and low-back pain among workers in a steel factory. Laboratory work with automatic pipettes: a study on how pipetting affects the thumb
Abstracts: Isolation of engineered, full-length antibodies from libraries expressed in Escherichia coli. Avimers hold their own
Abstracts: Is performance driven by industry- or firm-specific factors? A reply to McNamara Aime, and Vaaler. Is performance driven by industry- or firm-specific factors?: a new look at the evidence
Abstracts: Is performance driven by industry-or firm-specific factors? A response to Hawawini, Subramanian, and Verdin. Same as it ever was: the search for evidence of increasing hypercompetition
Abstracts: Is personal debt really a problem? Always remember that bubbles burst. China: how tall is the emperor?
Abstracts: Is precision agriculture sustainable? Globalization of pesticide technology and meeting the needs of low-input sustainable agriculture
Abstracts: Is putting the squeeze on certain publications justifiable, or is it a case of gross Meeseconduct? Young impressions
Abstracts: Israel buying Textron armored cars for urban ops. Despite decision, GD says Israeli Stryker deal not dead
Abstracts: Israel eyes U.S. Littoral craft: Lockheed edges toward global LCS marketing. Lockheed Martin wins $27.6 million to $2.15 billion systems contract
Abstracts: Israeli biotech comes into its own. Genentech's 2nd IPO. Italy toasts Sardinia with SharDNA
Abstracts: Israeli engineering firm takes on US market. The world's best Internet banks 2003. Companies on the move
Abstracts: Israelis test sub-launched cruise missile. New hull-mounted sonars debut. Naval gunfire support...from the DD-21
Abstracts: Is relationship lending special? Evidence from credit-file data in Germany. Circuit theory of banking and finance
Abstracts: Is sex just a family "affair"? Soft drinks: brand report 80. Gardening supplies: brand report 86
Abstracts: Issey Miyake: the third way. Standing ovation. All the right moves
Abstracts: Is Something Rotten in Segmentation? My research in marketing: how it happened. There Is No Brand Segmentation
Abstracts: Is stock market overreaction persistent over time? The impact of settlement procedures on day-of-the-week effects: evidence from the Kuala Lumpur stock exchange
Abstracts: Issues concerning adoption and use of sales force automation in the agricultural input supply sector. Starting salaries for agribusiness graduates from an AASCARR institution: The case of Southern Illinois University
Abstracts: Issues in customer information management. Examining motivations to refuse in industrial mail surveys. An approach to fusing market research with database marketing
Abstracts: Issues of quality and practicability in task analysis: preliminary results from two surveys. Task-based contributions to the design and assessment of the man-machine interfaces for a pressurized water reactor
Abstracts: Is super technology really superior? Is computer backlash growing? Employee Benefits: Indigestion at the Cafeteria
Abstracts: Is that a fact? Old scam, new twist. The brain gain
Abstracts: Is the European capital market ready for the single currency? Guidance on triangulation
Abstracts: Is the grass greener on the e-field? Le travail du CFO: opera after Wagner's heart. Opening up to new solutions: SunGard and Citi carve out a partnership between banks and workstation vendors
Abstracts: Is the great buy-back bonanza working? Good news about a global downturn. The good news in share buy-backs
Abstracts: Is the money getting better? Money, serious money. Is the money good enough?
Abstracts: Is the money getting better? The silence that won't be golden. Net book prices - can they last?
Abstracts: Is there a GAAP in small company standards? A fair statement without goodwill. Statement of Standard Accounting Practice - Exposure Draft 47: Accounting for Goodwill: February 1990
Abstracts: Is the real interest rate stable? The purchasing power of money and nominal interest rates: a re-examination. Explaining forward exchange bias ... intraday
Abstracts: Is There a Place for Public Relations in Democratic Communications? Interactive Telematics and Global Coevolution
Abstracts: Is there a window of opportunity for seasoned equity issuance? The impact of global equity offerings
Abstracts: Is there balm in Gilead? Paying over the odds. Keeping your head when all about you are losing theirs
Abstracts: Is there professional life after children? Report of the professional conduct committees. Impact, image making and imprinting the message
Abstracts: Is there still a market for individual life insurance? Opportunity shifting: a life insurance and estate planning technique
Abstracts: Is the tech bubble about to burst? A bear story. Shared concern
Abstracts: Is the UK to be an EMU or an ostrich? The euro won't go away. Will EMU finally lay the golden egg?
Abstracts: Is the use of ergonomics measures associated with behavioral change phases? Reliable exposure assessment strategies for physical ergonomics stressors in construction and other non-routinized work
Abstracts: Is the U.S. stock market myopic? Founding family ownership and earnings quality. Can stock recommendations predict earnings management and analysts' earnings forecast errors?
Abstracts: Is the value now in value? The spectre of rising US inflation. Global strategy: fully invested
Abstracts: Is Uniformity the Answer? Down with Rates of Return for Direct Labour Organisations. The ASC and the Public Sector
Abstracts: Is Your Ad Really Selling? How Not To Telemarket. The Chemistry of Effective Telemarketing
Abstracts: Is your laparoscopy essential? Is medical progress bad for your health? Is your heart in it?
Abstracts: Is your money safe from the Y2K bug? Liddell maps out future for City regulation. Labour's City Cards
Abstracts: Is your organization addicted to change? Expecting the unexpected with disaster recovery planning. Shying away from risk management is risky business
Abstracts: Is your PC a disaster waiting to happen? Working the Windows way. Taking open systems for openers
Abstracts: Is your pension keeping good company? Running out of patience with pensions injustice. Soaring complaints
Abstracts: Is your working capital too big? Catholics building PR push against Da Vinci film. Corporates Reach Out to Ma and Pa
Abstracts: ISY, SETI and the new search for El Dorado. SETI and the law: what if the search succeeds? Remote sensing and strengthening European security
Abstracts: It ain't over 'til the fat lady sings. Serious money. Heisei-furusato-kokusaika
Abstracts: Italian banks and interest rate risk. Meeting the challenge of controlling banking costs and developing pricing strategies
Abstracts: Italian Food And Drink Provide A Rich Fare. Shifting to one world, one exchange? Pfandbrief takes a breather
Abstracts: It always pays to talk with your creative department. Department a powerful ally. When selling a product, price doesn't always cut it
Abstracts: Italy. Australia
Abstracts: Italy employs further GMO delay tactics. Italian biotech too reliant on big pharma. Green ag minister wreaks havoc on Italy's agbiotech
Abstracts: Italy: uncertain times. Warrant pricing: jump-diffusion vs black-scholes. Normal mixture diffusion with uncertain volatility: modeling short-and long-term smile effects
Abstracts: IT and the auditor: the next 10 years. Draft auditing guideline: analytical review. Auditing guideline: analytical review
Abstracts: IT brass: C4 reform huge, but moving in 'right direction'. U.S. needs new ways to understand enemy use of space: But funding not a priority
Abstracts: IT companies' super soaraway sub-sector. T&T winners and losers. RM
Abstracts: It could be you.... A matter of national security. Tyne and Wear: the rejuvenation of a region
Abstracts: It could happen again. Banking remains vibrant.... Avoid the rush for the exit
Abstracts: ITEL Corp. Instrument Systems Corp. Exabyte Corp
Abstracts: ITEL Corp. Riverwood International Corp. Incstar Corp
Abstracts: It had to be Yu. Leading the way. The big Bang theory
Abstracts: It isn't fair, and it ought to go. A valued Change? Serious problem
Abstracts: IT off the shelf. A new phase for the profession. Plenty of fizz
Abstracts: It pays to do some homework. When fear gives way to complacency. The fear factor
Abstracts: It pays to shop around. Balancing income and capital growth in retirement. Taking a sipp from the www.cup
Abstracts: IT roadmap for GRC. Blog communications weapon. Companies lack blog guidelines
Abstracts: It's about value. Danger beyond the pier. Is Navy "information management" becoming an oxymoron?
Abstracts: It's a dre@m revolution. Sisteme releases Dreamonline Plus. Barcrest's latest releases for UK and Holland
Abstracts: It's a formula for disaster. Scotland's plans to invade the south. Racing past the winning post
Abstracts: It's a funworld with elo. Photo play. Virtual buy-out
Abstracts: It's all in what you know. Reps double as buyers. Free up your life campaign offers readers funny solutions
Abstracts: It's all right for real people to have theories too. The right path for deferred tax. The changing shape of materiality
Abstracts: It's a market, but not as we know it. NatWest buys Gartmore: threat of merged funds. Double or quit
Abstracts: It's a net earner, so where's the catch? Standard bearers vie for victory. A world in hot water
Abstracts: It's a problem: when IT doesn't work, a little common sense goes a long way. Summit accounts make full use of the supermicro
Abstracts: IT's a risk. Business risk. Sign of the times
Abstracts: It's a whole new globallgame. JWG & P wins Yugo, sort of. How creative can cable advertising get?
Abstracts: It's Bad Form to Get It Wrong. The spirit of Speyside. Dawson International: trading in the global village
Abstracts: It's behind you...in search of equity risk. The elusive search for safety. In search of growth
Abstracts: It's broken - so fix it! Evidence for change. Change for change's sake
Abstracts: It's deja vu all over again. Oddly, the price is right. The new D&O liability crisis
Abstracts: It's enough to make anyone faint. Pick-and-mix income from bond Peps. Market artists make their marke: how do chartists get on in the real world?: how can private investors get started in using technical analysis to track their equity investments?
Abstracts: It's good to save money. Is it a good thing? Blowing the whistle at work: good practice or bad idea?
Abstracts: It's good to talk about telecoms. BT calls time on debts. Telecoms in the fast lane
Abstracts: It's good to talk. Assessing the impact of ISAs. Avoidance and the tax practitioner
Abstracts: It's Happy Bunny Jelly Pops Lollipops. It's Happy Bunny SPF 15 Sunscreen. It's Happy Bunny Flavored Lip Gloss
Abstracts: It's Happy Bunny Jelly Pops Lollipops. Jawlipops Lollipops. Jelly Belly Sport Beans Energizing Jelly Beans
Abstracts: ITs hard to believe. Bullish on the Baltic. Just who rules the investment roost?
Abstracts: It's hard to shake off that sinking feeling. Pitfalls on the road to recovery. FT-SE 100: benign, but hard
Abstracts: It's hip to be in IP. Strength in numbers. Honing of skills brings in new work
Abstracts: It's in there somewhere: as e-mails evolve into important business records, companies see the need for systems to store and retrieve old messages easily
Abstracts: It's more than a trade. The best job you never had. Integration can transform warfare
Abstracts: It's not all bad on the goodwill front. Making earn-outs pay. Goodwill - the root of the problem
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