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Airline executives met with union leaders on Friday (6 December) to make the request to the employee groups - including pilots, flight attendants and ground personnel - and to explain the need to forgo the pay increases.
The airline's management and support staff will also forgo pay increases for the second consecutive year.
24) in the Daily News pointed out, patients' wishes to forgo life-prolonging procedures are too often ignored by some doctors.
In many instances, they also forgo valuable share repurchase plans so they can report the cosmetically higher net income that results from pooling accounting treatment.
If a company completes a pooling of interests, it must rescind existing stock repurchase plans and forgo stock repurchases for up to two years.
However, I also know that even a person who decides to forgo treatment does not necessarily choose death.
A survey of more than 800 MBAs from 11 leading North American and European schools found a substantial number were willing to forgo some financial benefits to work for an organization with a better reputation for corporate social responsibility and ethics.
Moreover, more than 97 percent of the MBAs in the sample said they were willing to forgo financial benefits to work for an organization with a better reputation for corporate social responsibility and ethics.
Without a comprehensive analysis, a taxpayer might fail to elect to forgo an NOL carryback period--unaware that absent an election, the carryback will free up credits that may never be used, or use of the NOL may be limited.
the taxpayer does not respond to the 30-day letter or elects to forgo an administrative appeal, the Examination Division will send the taxpayer a Notice of Determination (NOD) by certified or registered mail.
The three Valley Fastener Group manufacturing plants currently consist of the Valley Rivet Division, North Coast Rivet Division as well as the "cold-headed specials" division, Forgo Fasteners.