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gen·er·a·tion·al

(jen'ĕr-a'shŭn-ăl),
Pertaining to generations, that is, the discrete staging in genealogic descent.
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Ryan Binkley, President of Generational Equity stated, "We are very pleased to be one of the sponsors of this tremendous event honoring our troops this Veterans Day.
To help chain restaurants anticipate, respond to and profit from these impending societal shifts, Technomic is launching a new research study, Generational Shifts: The Impact of the Age Wave on the Restaurant Industry.
During his extensive M&A career with Generational Equity, Phil has been involved in all aspects of the transaction process including the evaluation, marketing, and execution of over 100 deals in all major industry categories (including the recent successful closing of Modern Heating and Air Conditioning).
The advance--which can result in up to a five-fold increase in performance of embedded applications--represents an industry first in that NewMonics has accomplished what has eluded other makers of Java VMs by successfully integrating generational garbage collection without sacrificing determinism or real-time latency.
For the past several years, according to Thomson Reuters who tallies M&A transactions, Generational Equity has been one of the highest ranked firms in the lower middle-market.
SeniorSurfers, the NCOA, and NISC share a commitment to promote vital aging, and see closing the substantial generational digital divide that exists in this country as a key component of enhancing the lives of older adults.
He notes that demand for generational planning services is particularly strong among families spread over multiple jurisdictions, where parents and children reside in different countries, often also holding assets in other locations.
Managing Director Terry Mackin lead the Generational Equity deal team that advised Sewell on the transaction.
6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Generational Equity, a leading mergers and acquisitions advisor for privately-held, middle-market businesses, is pleased to announce that on October 13, 2015 it will hold an educational exit planning/M&A conference in London.
Managing Director Douglas Smith and his team, including affiliate Jerry Yocum and Vice President Musa Jagne, led the Generational Equity deal team that advised Hedlund on the transaction.
Twenge (2010), one of the strongest advocates of generational differences in work values, does acknowledge the possibility that the values measured in young adulthood may change once individuals enter the workplace.
Opting out; deviance and generational identities in American post-war cult fiction.