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Military technology facilities are crucial to the strategic realignment of U.
This realignment will result in greater efficiencies, including more predictable work flow and the flexibility to integrate new projects," said Michael Butler, MDS Pharma Services group vice president - Early Clinical Research and Bioanalysis.
Department of Defense (DoD), Congress has authorized a fifth round of base realignment and closure (BRAC) for 2005.
To the extent allowable, we will include the financial impact of these additional realignments in our 2003 results.
NYSE:CHH) today announced a corporate realignment designed to provide sharper strategic focus on delivering value-added services to franchisees, growing the Choice hotel system and building stronger brands.
In connection with these actions, the Company will record charges related to the closing and other product and process realignments of approximately $4.
The one-time earnings per share impact in the fourth quarter of 1998 from the Calphalon charges and the realignments is expected to be in the range of $0.
30 per share for the 1997 fiscal fourth quarter, including $445,000 in charges relating to staff realignments.
There have been three Big Offers in American history, Pinkerton argues: the Founding itself, the rise of the Republican Party under Lincoln, and of course the paradigmatic realignment (to use Pinkerton's lingo), the New Deal under FDR.