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Founded in September 2002, the pmcw Report's model equity portfolio has returned a staggering 250% well outdistancing the Nasdaq's 50% gain over the same period.
Hart golfers hot: Hart (24-1, 15-0) won its 35th consecutive Foothill League match in the past two years at Vista Valencia by outdistancing runner-up Burroughs by 22 strokes, 114-136.
Started in September 2002, the pmcw Report's model equity portfolio has returned a staggering 263%, well outdistancing the Nasdaq's 51% gain over the same period.
The Dolphins also won the '99 team title, outdistancing Granada Hills, which had dominated City during Palisades' absence, winning six team championships and three individual titles (all by Darren Angel) during the '90s.
Started in September 2002, the pmcw Report's model equity portfolio has returned a staggering 267%, well outdistancing the Nasdaq's 53% gain over the same period.
The Fox comedy set in the year 3000 tied for 11th place in the Nielsen Media Research ratings last week, outdistancing even ``The Simpsons.
Started in September 2002, the pmcw Report's model equity portfolio has returned a staggering 270%, well outdistancing the Nasdaq's 53% gain over the same period.
The Royals shot a season-best 5-over-par eight days ago at Santa Barbara GC to hand Westlake its first loss of the season - outdistancing the Warriors by 14 strokes.
Outdistancing competitive approaches to predictive modeling within the disease management (DM) industry, Health Management Corporation (HMC) today announced the launch of the next generation of AccuStratSM, which recently completed a successful six-month test period for selected health plan clients.
4 million in 1990 to 4 million in 1997, far outdistancing Dade County, Fla.
The HistoryMakers represents the single largest archival project of its kind in the country, outdistancing the existing video oral history collections of New York's Schomburg Library and the Birmingham Civil Rights Museum.
In statistics released last week, the FBI said there were 511 reported incidents of aggravated assault in Santa Clarita in 1997, far outdistancing the combined total from Thousand Oaks and Simi Valley, the safest and second-safest cities in the nation, respectively, according to the FBI.