Speaking of number crunchers
, their rationale for self-promotion has traditionally been through acquisitions and mergers.
For the heavy number crunchers
, HP has two 64-bit Itanium-based workstations.
Here at Ladbrokes HQ our number crunchers
have been sending the computers into meltdown as they work out how much money UK punters have saved since the dreaded tax was done away with.
at Yorkshire Bank have worked out just where the money will be going.
Airport neighbors and Valley business leaders say the city's number crunchers
use distorted estimates in claiming the airport is losing money rather than pumping it into the city's economy.
A decade ago, some supercomputer proponents had predicted that high-speed number crunchers
would eventually make the wind tunnel obsolete (SN: 9/29/84, p.
Far from yesterday's number crunchers
, today's CFOs are highly strategic and involved in all major business decisions," said Ms.
Following a round robin competition the number crunchers
won the final against Blue Flames by the tight margin of only three runs.
Lotus 1-2-3 and Microsoft Excel may be the most popular spreadsheets for ordinary number crunchers
, but for hard-core analysts who have to piece together many separate spreadsheets, the hands-down favorite program is Sinper Corp.
Growth in the service sector - which accounts for the bulk of the economy - eased slightly last month, a survey by number crunchers
IHS Markit found.
t e r n That surprised experts, but was helped by number crunchers
revising riot-hit August's drop in sales from 0.
Primary care comes from such hard working, dedicated doctors, as in this practice, and not from the deskbound number crunchers
of which our modern health service seems to abound.
Another problem is that what goes into the basket and how heavily it is weighed is updated only about every 10 years, which means the assumptions and formulas used by the number crunchers
may be years out of date.
THE number crunchers
at the CPPR think tank ran the rule over the party manifestos yesterday.
And the number of young people who can't be tracked down after the age of 16 has fallen, allowing number crunchers
to collect more accurate statistics.