The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced settled charges against an Austin, Texas-based investment adviser for defrauding his clients through a cherry-picking
However people feel about Brexit, it's clear to them this Government is nowhere near delivering a good deal for Britain" - Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn "Cherries exist to be picked" - Tory Iain Duncan Smith hits back at Labour's accusation that the Government is cherry-picking
The bottom line is that the UK approach is cherry-picking
The European Union had earlier accused Britain of cherry-picking
by taking the best portions of the deal between the two.
at attractive valuations, however, helped it close in on the 43,000 mark by 1:00pm.
CABBIES in Liverpool have vowed to make cherry-picking
and overcharging a thing of the past next year, with the launch of a new mobile app.
Among these techniques is the cherry-picking
of intelligence not to inform policy-making or to enlighten the public but instead to inculcate false perceptions among the public and thereby to muster support for a policy already chosen.
A Massachusetts investment advisor has been sentenced to two years in prison and two years of supervised release for engaging in an illegal cherry-picking
Tory local government spokesman Graham Simpson said: "Voters and councillors will ask why the SNP is cherry-picking
boundaries in this way.
BEIRUT, June 13 (KUNA) -- By end of the spring season each year, cherry-picking
time falls in Lebanon's villages and counties from, approximately, mid-May till Mid-June.
In reality, the so-called lull is a classic instance of statistical cherry-picking
, in which specific pieces of data favorable to one's preferred point of view are highlighted and others not so favorable are disregarded.
Dave Ward, CWU deputy general secretary, said: "We're balloting our members to back our position to protect the universal service, oppose privatisation and expose the damage that cherry-picking
and unfair competition will do to postal services if it is left unchanged.