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Aurora’s hope is that its narrow focus on “the Driver” — the hardware and software system for controlling the car — rather than building the vehicle itself or maintaining a ride-sharing service, will pay dividends.

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So, long term, the strategy of challenging incumbents could pay dividends for the left.

If you devote a little bit of your time and effort to these lists, they will pay great dividends to come search campaigns.

George Tzougros, executive director, Wisconsin Arts BoardSuch initiatives are paying dividends.

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The know-how to fine-tune your searches will help you become a better SEO and pay dividends over the long term.

Since then, all dividend payments have been frozen and Iran receives “no uranium or revenue from the mine.”

In exchange for the cash, Fannie and Freddie issued preferred stock to Treasury that was supposed to pay 10 percent dividend.

Fannie Mae in September paid a $10.2 billion dividend and Freddie Mac paid a $4.4 billion dividend.

The company also announced Tuesday that it would jack up its quarterly dividend by 26.7 percent, from 30 cents to 38 percent.

Most of that money will be shipped home to the U.S. and passed out to shareholders at extremely favorable dividend taxation rates.

Financial depression had succeeded a time of wild excitement, and the Midland dividend had fallen from seven to two per cent.

He appeared before the shareholders, offered, if his advice and methods were adopted, to guarantee double the then dividend.

But a bank can retain a dividend that has been declared to reduce the indebtedness of the owner to the bank for his stock.

One of the most cheerful things a corporation can do is to declare a dividend, especially if it be a large one.

Whether a dividend shall be declared, and also the amount, are questions lying largely within the discretion of the directors.


On this page you'll find 51 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dividend, such as: allowance, bonus, coupon, gain, premium, and proceeds.

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