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earnings report,

n a statement issued by a company showing its earnings or losses over a given period. The earnings report lists the income earned, expenses, and net result. Also called
income statement.
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Swiss Re has met Berkshire to discuss the claim, and failure to resolve the dispute could lead to arbitration proceedings, the reinsurer said in its earnings statement in November.
Provide Leave and Earnings Statement (LES) as proof of military status or active service at the time of purchase or lease
Alcoa also said in the earnings statement, where the $45m charge was recorded, that it also offered Alba a long-term alumina supply contract.
In an earnings statement for the April-June quarter, Daikin said its net profit came to 18.
Reorganizing the earnings statement to more closely reflect the "value chain" of the business--product (or service) development, production, sales, service and underlying administrative support--rather than the manufacturing model, which is almost universally utilized (except for financial services firms).
In a routine earnings statement issued from German headquarters last week, Kion called its current position in the U.
1 leave and earnings statement was the last one to be distributed in hard copy format through the mail.
The new system promises fewer errors, an easy-to-understand Leave and Earnings Statement, and instantaneous adjustments to pay records.
In an earnings statement, Jeffrey Lorberbaum, chairman and chief executive officer of Mohawk Industries, said the company is "pleased with the positive fourth-quarter results in this time of rising raw material costs.
Barnes claimed he "repeatedly advised management that it appeared that AIMS [the company's amortization integrated modeling system] had been designed and employed to manipulate the level of income reported by Fannie Mae in its earnings statement and other public filings.
In its full year earnings statement, the company said it saw "some increase" in turnover in Ireland in the year to September, but it was largely due to price increases.