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The completed acquisition of AZ is also having a positive effect on Group sales and EBITDA pre one-time items.
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.
"They classify an ever-growing portion of the acquisition price as `in-process' research and development, so--you guessed it--the amount can be written off in a one-time charge--removing any future earnings drag."
The total one-time costs (which include point-of-sale equipment, professional fees and an unrelenting drain on owners' time), extrapolated to the entire economy, will reach $3 billion by the end of the year, the CFIB estimates.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 14, 2013-Cloud Security files patent application for one-time password system(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
In addition, PSE&G also is proposing a one-time $500 credit for first-time homebuyers of new residential construction.
In addition, PSE&G also is proposing a one-time $1,000 credit for first-time homebuyers in targeted urban areas.