The far-sighted retailer will charge a lower retail price when she faces a far-sighted manufacturer and charge higher when she cooperates with a myopic manufacturer; (iii) a farsighted
manufacturer will invest more in the advertisement, in which the manufacturer invests most when she cooperates with a myopic retailer.
Recent developments in Afghanistan have shown the SCO fight against terrorism, separatism and extremism was ''absolutely correct and farsighted
,'' their joint statement said.
Just as crops are growing in the fields, preparations are being made by farsighted
businessmen to ensure they have sufficient stocks available for when people go on their end of year spending spree.
Yawkey era, Red Sox ownership was competitive and farsighted
. Sox fans do not gush over their heroes, which is why retired numbers, displayed over the right field grandstand, are few.
Specifically, the company's farsighted
owners have approved several new hires, invested heavily in management development training, re-written job descriptions and performance evaluations to reflect the larger organization to be and so on.
Yet he's good at standing back and working out every little move in an unemotional way, thanks to Mercury in farsighted
Still, I congratulate the AICPA for its farsighted
approach to planning for the profession's future.
A quarter-century ago, Congress took the farsighted
step of creating the Endangered Species Act, widely regarded as the worlds strongest and most effective wildlife conservation law.
Rockefeller's company prospered in part because he was smart, hardworking, and farsighted
. But he also played rough.
In extremely farsighted
eyes or aging eyes, reading glasses and eventually bifocals are needed.
people, objects up close are fuzzy, while objects in the distance are clear.
For some six centuries, people who were nearsighted, farsighted
, or astigmatic had worn spectacles, or eyeglasses, to correct their vision (see 1249 and 1825).