Global Banking News-June 10, 2015--Bank of Japan official warns of diminishing returns
The team was founded in 1992 by the late professor David Merrifield, who recruited a bunch of aging professors and then chose the name on the argument that each year would see them getting slower and producing diminishing returns
in the race.
Fitch believes that CSC will achieve diminishing returns
from its cost reduction efforts going forward.
Despite the risk of falling foul of the law of diminishing returns
, some of the gags even get repeated.
from small holdings, the young and educated farmers in Punjab with an entrepreneurial streak are venturing into commercial dairy farming.
Conventional wisdom these days promotes the idea that revision is fundamental to good writing, that writers revise constantly, that there is no such thing as diminishing returns
when referring to revision.
Most new inventions could be chucked in the bin, As the law of diminishing returns
Findings show that, on average, taking out loans actually makes graduation more likely for all students but, at a certain point--which is about $2,000 lower for men than for women--debt has diminishing returns
and becomes less effective at boosting chances of graduation.
I suspect the law of diminishing returns
will kick in at some point but not for at least one more series - if only because in the world of telly there really is no such thing as bad publicity.
PA4 has been written and directed by four people but the unforgiving law of diminishing returns
There are diminishing returns
with work, and realizing where that lies is vital to maximum value out of productivity.
Having persevered with their own, generally unloved operating systems with diminishing returns
, the Finnish firm recently bit the bullet and announced a tie-up with Microsoft's Windows Phone, with this handset being the first fruit of the partnership.