Why were Republicans able to win big with what looked like a radical government-shrinking platform, then spend
Provided the recipients spend
those funds, the economic damage in terms of reducing demand is slight.
It is easy to see something obscene in the way we choose to spend
The decision to use three hours as the cut off point was informed by (a) the 2003 Brown Center Report on American Education that "the typical student, even in high school, does not spend
more than an hour per day on homework" (Loveless, 2003, p.
It's as though a child wasted her allowance, then borrowed from friends to spend
more, and the parents responded by calling for an increase in the allowance.
enterprises will spend
close to $256 billion on IT, up from about $225 billion in 2002.
The Congressional Budget Office projects how much federal agencies will spend
over the next five fiscal years, building in increases.
We expect growth in Thai retail banking IT spend
at CAGR of 10.
Instead of spending over 14 percent of our GDP on medical care, as we do now, we would spend
only about 10 percent.
the leading provider of electronic invoicing and legal spend
management solutions, today announced that it has contracted with Barclays Bank to provide a new legal technology initiative that will enhance Barclays' ability to manage its legal spend
The National Retail Federation expects consumers across the country to spend
a total of $220 billion for the holidays, an increase of 4.
In other words, Congress couldn't take money cut from these programs and spend
it somewhere else without busting Clinton's budget deal.
Forecasts wholesale payments processing IT spend
by region until 2009, with spend
broken down by source, activity and countries.
more on fishing tackle and golf clubs than on skiing, snowboarding, wheel sports, water skiing, bowling and scuba gear combined, according to an annual survey by the NSGA.
Growth of kids personal care spend
and usage exceeds that of most adults