leverage


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lev·er·age

(lev'ĕr-ăj),
1. The actual lift or elevating direction of a lever or elevator.
2. The mechanical advantage gained thereby.

lev·er·age

(lev'ĕr-ăj)
Actual lift or elevating direction of a lever or elevator.
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Abstract Why did the conventional leverage indicators not pick up any meaningful signal of the mounting systemic risk before the subprime crisis?
Using a minimalist approach, Leverage Digital Media was able to design a clean and intuitive user-interface that is not only easy to navigate but is also consistent with the Burby Engineering brand, especially since Leverage Digital Media also designed the Burby Engineering logo.
Patrick La Pine, president/CEO of LSCU, said Leverage's business service division is offering CUs 70% savings on office supplies through the Office Depot chain.
Identifying alternative "go-to" firms allows you to leverage them for market intelligence and different perspectives--and you might need them for capital as well.
My dire predictions have yet to come to pass, although the conditions that I was concerned about then--e.g., inflated purchase prices and leverage multiples--have only worsened since then.
At the High Court in Edinburgh, Lord Philip said a psychiatric report reinforced his view that Leverage was a danger to the public.
Volkema (business, American University) examines what leverage is, how to increase one's own leverage or decrease the leverage of another party, and the advantages and disadvantages of these approaches in all types of negotiations.
Let one of the largest and most-respected electronics companies in the world leverage their technical capabilities and education experience to help solve today's problems and position you to meet tomorrow's needs.
The first generation of intelligent storage arrays leverages the capacity and cost-effectiveness of SATA disk drives with support for.
Funds transferred directly to an ILIT are gift tax dollars valued at "face." If the money is then used to buy life insurance, the leverage and wealth created are measured simply by the (1) insured's lifespan, (2) aggregate premiums paid and (3) death benefit received.
Assets also appear in the investment stream in financial leverage, an indicator of the percentage of the firm's assets financed with equity rather than debt.
The acquisition worker is looking for the DAU experience to provide relevant know-how with the kind of context necessary to make faster, better-informed decisions and leverage the vast amount of knowledge that DAU--and DoD--embodies as a whole in documents, people, and processes.