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mCi

 
millicurie.

MCI


mCi

Abbreviation for millicurie.

mCi

millicurie; one thousandth (10−3) of a curie.

mCi

abbreviation for millicurie.

mCi

Symbol for millicurie, see there.

MCi

Symbol for megacurie, see there.

MCI

Abbreviation for:
mandibular cortical index
manually controlled infusion
mass casualty incident  
mean cardiac index
mild cognitive impairment
mean cardiac index
mucociliary clearability index
multiple casualty incident

mCi

Abbreviation for millicurie.

mCi

millicurie; a non-SI unit now replaced by the becquerel.
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According to the financing hypothesis, companies can use divestiture proceeds to repay shareholders via share repurchase and/ or dividends, repay creditors by servicing debt and retain the proceeds for future investment opportunities.
Clear criteria that can be easily communicated to both clients and the new CPA as to why a particular client was chosen for divestiture.
After the proposed merger and divestiture, BB&T would operate the second largest depository institution in the market, controlling deposits of approximately $659.
Indeed, clearing potential hurdles while preparing for the divestiture can boost the odds of a favorable deal and help sidestep the risk of disputes.
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This divestiture represents almost one-half of the originally proposed increase in market share and would allow a new entrant to become immediately competitive in the market or significantly enhance the market share of a small in-market competitor.
After the proposed merger and divestiture, Chittenden would become the largest of eight depository institutions in the market, controlling deposits of $204.
The divestitures represent 11 percent of First Interstate's California deposits, but only 5 percent of the combined companies' (deposits)," he said.
In sum, given three to six months following the divestiture of PEG to consolidate operations and relocate administrative functions, management expects Magnetek to emerge as a solidly profitable company with positive cash flow, negligible debt and outstanding growth opportunities.
Although DURA KEhler has been an important contributor to DURA Automotive for many years, we believe this divestiture is in the best interests of the company and our stakeholders, as we focus on achieving our restructuring goals," said Larry Denton, chairman and chief executive officer of DURA.
Hackett said Anadarko is conducting a thorough review of the consolidated assets to select divestiture candidates, with the dual goals of paring acquisition-related debt and optimizing the portfolio.
In early June, Kennametal announced the divestiture of its J&L Industrial Supply business.