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SKF (STO:SKFB) (LSE:SKFB), a global supplier of bearings, announced today that it will report one-time items of around SEK220m impacting profit before taxes in the second quarter of 2014.
Current one-time password technology on mobile computing devices has several points of vulnerability.
The issue is again being debated as the Veterans' Disability Benefits Commission has asked its contractor, the CNA Corporation, to study the issues involved in offering a one-time lump sum payment instead of the current lifetime monthly compensation payments.
The loss was the result of a one-time charge of $661 million reflecting Southern California Edison's unreimbursed cost of buying power on the wholesale market and not being able to pass those costs along to customers, the company said.
Establish a telephone hotline for complaints: One-time cost of $100,000 to $500,000.
Conejo Valley Unified School District's janitors, groundskeepers, clerks and support employees could receive a retroactive pay raise plus a one-time bonus if union members and the school board approve a tentative contract agreement next month.
Los Angeles County can sidestep deep budget cuts this year if it uses some one-time windfalls, proceeds with previously announced layoffs and doesn't raise wages, a top official said Thursday.