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regs

n. regulations. There is a list of regs posted on the back of your door.
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Reg ordered rum, Irish crepes (a case), perch, Sir.
In fact, Eccles says that around the anniversary of Reg FD, a program he was invited to speak at - to present his positive opinion on the rule - was cancelled.
Initial talks about Reg FD were met with opposition.
Andrew Brenner, head of the ISE Stock Exchange, said, "We are pleased to partner with OES to implement ISERoute and to ensure our preparedness for Reg.
During these sessions, customers and partners will be able to conceptualize, build, and prototype streaming data applications that can support both Reg NMS and MiFID compliance and best execution.
IT spend on MiFID and Reg NMS is expected to significantly increase in 2007 and is expected to begin levelling off in 2009 once firms feel fully compliant.
Michael Barth, OES's senior vice president - Exchanges and Market Centers, said OES believes the most significant change relating to stock execution as a result of Reg.
OTR will offer a series of practical and cost-effective new Reg.
Full compliance with Reg AB requirements is fast approaching for registered offerings of securities issued after Dec.
The decision provides an extensive and thought-provoking discussion of materiality which is fundamental to Reg FD.
TSX Venture Exchange:RRE) (OTCBB:REGRF) wish to announce that an exclusive distributor agreement for Canada for Reg Technologies, Inc.
REG currently operates in 24 states with primary market concentrations in Florida, California, Texas and Georgia.
As part of a broader REG agreement, Regal Cinemas and Edwards Theatres, two of Fandango's original exhibitor partners, also extended their existing exclusive contract through 2009, indicating a continued commitment to the partnership and confidence in Fandango and remote movie ticketing.
Since then, the debate surrounding Reg FD has continued, with critics contending that the rule would have the unintended consequence of reducing the overall flow of information about future earnings to the market.