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When negotiating rates, one way companies value a trade mark is to assess the additional profit they will make from increased sales and higher prices ( sometis known as the " relief from royalty ") method.
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When negotiating with your union, do you make sure employees have a choice between new benefits and their cents-per-hour cost in wages.
When Dag Hammarskjold was negotiating the Middle East peace after Israel's 1956 invasion of Egypt, he soon found himself speaking the mysterious phrases of Cairo, a language as anarchic as Casey Stengel's.
When the deadline came, Australian media baron Rupert Murdoch was negotiating to buy the paper and save it.
When France was negotiating with the Netherlands about purchasing Luxembourg in 1867, the Prussian Kingdom threatened the French government with war.
When negotiating for the possibility of annexation to the US in late 1836, the Texan government instructed its minister Wharton in Washington that if the boundary were an issue, Texas was willing to settle for a boundary at the watershed between the Nueces River and Rio Grande, and leave out New Mexico.
When student and worker unrest rocked France in May 1968, Chirac played a central role in negotiating a truce.
When her brother, King Charles IV of France, seized Edward's French possessions in 1325, she returned to France, initially as a delegate of the King charged with negotiating a peace treaty between the two countries.
When he suspected the Admiral of France, Claude d ' Annebault, of manoeuvres which might have led to a renewal of hostilities, he suddenly put to sea in a show of English strength, before returning to the negotiating table.
When the AWU uncharacteristically endorsed strike action by shearers, Gair raised the union movement's ire by negotiating with the federal government in order to secure the export of wool shorn by non-union labour.
When the war between Hungary and Venice was declared, Charles acted as ambassador in 1379, negotiating in the conflict.
When it became clear the Confederacy had no intention of negotiating with the Republic, the Republic adopted this army as the Grand Army of the Republic, along with AT-TE walkers, gunships and other the Republic Open Circle Fleet, most of which were produced by Rothan Heavy Engineering.
( When negotiating the contract the McDonald brothers said that 2 % sounded greedy ; 1. 9 % was more attractive.
When North Vietnam, late in the year, left the negotiating table, Nixon authorized the intensive Operation Linebacker II campaign, which forced the North Vietnamese to negotiate ; a peace treaty was signed and all U. S. combat forces withdrew.
When accounts receivable are not paid, some companies turn them over to third party collection agencies or collection attorneys who will attempt to recover the debt via negotiating payment plans, settlement offers or pursuing other legal action.
When it came time to debate the treaty in the Canadian House of Commons, he revealed that he had been secretly negotiating for a better deal, and had obtained a cash payment from the Americans for the use of Canadian fishing grounds, and in lieu of any claim against the United States over the Fenians.
When William Rufus blockaded the town and built two counter-castles, the garrison began negotiating for surrender under honorable terms, being allowed to keep their lands and serve the king.
When Thieu, who had not even been informed of the secret negotiations, was presented with the draft of the new agreement, he was furious with Kissinger and Nixon ( who were perfectly aware of South Vietnam's negotiating position ) and refused to accept it without significant changes.
When in London, De Geer advocated negotiating a separate peace between the Netherlands and the Third Reich.
When he finally did arrive at Tripoli, he tried to play diplomat and sue for peace, which destabilized the strong negotiating position the Americans had been building up to that point.
When Comedy Central began negotiating for the rights to air Futurama reruns, Fox suggested that there was a possibility of also creating new episodes.
When the differential is unlocked ( open differential ), it allows each wheel to rotate at different speeds ( such as when negotiating a turn ), thus avoiding tire scuffing.
When the short story " The Fog Horn " by Ray Bradbury was published in The Saturday Evening Post, Dietz and Chester were negotiating with Bradbury to write the screenplay when he reminded them that both works shared a similar theme of a prehistoric sea monster, and a lighthouse being destroyed.
When no god would treat with her and negotiations with the chaotic slaadi failed, she traveled to the Nine Hells, where she spent time negotiating with the archdevil Dispater.
When German dictator Adolf Hitler received word that Hungary's Regent, Admiral Miklós Horthy, was secretly negotiating his country's surrender to the advancing Red Army, he sent commando leader Waffen-SS Lieutenant-Colonel Otto Skorzeny to Hungary.
When and rates
When rates move higher, the bond part of a convertible bond tends to move lower, but the call option part of a convertible bond moves higher ( and the aggregate tends to move lower ).
When two bills were passed to reduce railroad fares, Hughes vetoed them on that grounds that the rates should be set by expert commissioners rather than by elected ones.
When they reached college, the experimental students were found to equal or surpass traditionally educated students on all outcomes: grades, extracurricular participation, dropout rates, intellectual curiosity, and resourcefulness.
When applied to futures and forex, it focuses on the overall state of the economy, interest rates, production, earnings, and management.
When the enhancer sequence is wrongly placed, these transcription factors are produced at much higher rates.
When interest rates reach the boundary of an interest rate of zero percent conventional monetary policy can no longer be used and government must use other measures to stimulate recovery.
When two geometrically similar flow patterns, in perhaps different fluids with possibly different flow rates, have the same values for the relevant dimensionless numbers, they are said to be dynamically similar.
When payment is deferred on any such instrument, typically an interest rate is higher than the standard interest rates paid by banks, or charged by the central bank on its money.
When overcharged at low rates, oxygen produced at the positive electrode passes through the separator and recombines at the surface of the negative.
When very small vias are required, drilling with mechanical bits is costly because of high rates of wear and breakage.
When signaling rates are mismatched, no meaningful characters can be sent, but a long " break " signal can be a useful way to get the attention of a mismatched receiver to do something ( such as resetting itself ).
When two sets of identical twins have children, they are genetically full siblings .- Dr. Willard Walls In Latin-America and South Asia and South-East Asia the lowest rates are found ; only 6-9 twin sets per 1, 000 live births.
When Cushing's syndrome is suspected, either a dexamethasone suppression test ( administration of dexamethasone and frequent determination of cortisol and ACTH level ), or a 24-hour urinary measurement for cortisol offer equal detection rates.
When the East experienced high rates of growth, as it did in the decades between 1890 and 1920, the Westward movement of the center slowed.
When governments fund a deficit with the issuing of government bonds, interest rates can increase across the market, because government borrowing creates higher demand for credit in the financial markets.
When government borrowing increases interest rates it attracts foreign capital from foreign investors.
Explanations focusing on interest rates tend to take on a common form, however: When interest rates are set excessively low, ( regardless of the mechanism by which it is accomplished ) investors tend to avoid putting their capital into savings accounts.
When investors feel that they are no longer well compensated for holding those risky assets, they will start to demand higher rates of return on their investments.
When the original rating system evolved during the first part of the 1600's, first rates were ships with a complement of at least 300 men ( it was not until after 1660 that the number of carriage-mounted guns became the deciding criterion ).
A commonly cited incidence statistic for pathological phimosis is 1 % of uncircumcised males .< sup >,</ sup > When phimosis is simply equated with nonretractility of the foreskin after age 3 years, considerably higher incidence rates have been reported.
When the commission contacted the council, the chief executive told them not to worry as " everybody knows that interest rates are going to fall "; the treasurer thought the interest rate swaps were a ' nice little earner '.
When cities charge market rates for on-street parking and municipal parking garages for motor vehicles, and when bridges and tunnels are tolled for these modes, driving becomes less competitive in terms of out-of-pocket costs than other modes of transportation.