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harms where interlocked directorates could influence output or price and
For instance, black women--such as Ursula Burns (CEO of Xerox), Ruth Simmons (former president of Brown University), and Shirley Ann Jackson (president of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)--are among the most interlocked directors, serving on multiple boards.
That was 76 percent of all the interlocked offenders rearrested.
Tenders are invited for A) Provision of Auto Change Over to interlocked LC Gates (47 Nos.
Cooper was, himself, the connection that interlocked the London boards of ten companies of which he was a director between 1931 and 1932.
This paper examines whether the presence of interlocked directors on a board is associated with weak governance.
Part of its timeless and classic Tiffany 1837 ao Collection, these jewels see the famed design house play with the concept of two interlocked rings of gold that come together in sparkling partnership.
Specific findings include: a 77 percent decrease in recidivism among interlocked first offenders in West Virginia (Tippets and Voas, 1997), an 80 percent reduction in recidivism among interlocked first offenders in Quebec (Vezina, 2002), and a 95 percent reduction in recidivism among interlocked first offenders in Alberta (Voas, et al, 1999).
Available in both manual and automatic models, the system can be interlocked with dock doors, dock levelers, or trailer restraints.
Each ring in one four-ring loop interlocked with two rings in the other loop, and vice versa.
The companies of A and B have an indirect interlock while company X is interlocked with the companies of A and B.
The Russellstoll UniGard IEG 309 circuit breaker interlocked receptacles are available in all standard voltage polarizations.