multinational corporations Treasury has determined the income tax consequences of mischaracterizing
equity instruments as debt in these circumstances are limited.
Once again Greg Abbott is mischaracterizing
the facts about that fee.
Haqqani has blamed media reports for mischaracterizing
his account of the letter sent by President Barack Obama to his Pakistani counterpart Asif Ali Zardari seeking a major reversal of its policy over Jihadi groups to bring an end to terrorism in South Asia.
The reporter knew this fact yet opted to bury that vital detail in the 18th paragraph of his story, after mischaracterizing
the paper as a Marine Corps study 10 times prior to referring to the author's disclaimer," he added.
Shareholders accused San Juan-based First BanCorp of inflating its stock price by mischaracterizing
Shame on you for mischaracterizing
it as a boon-doggle.
The language, neutrally represented, humorously oscillates between variation and repetition, inevitably mischaracterizing
Saddam's last possessions--the obsessive identification of which dramatizes a commercial transformation of banal objects into newsworthy events, as geopolitics descends into personal-interest story.
The California superintendent of education and even the National Science Foundation official in charge of financing the new math initiatives of the 1990s launched a campaign mischaracterizing
the new California standards as a return to rote memorization and other evils of "traditional" mathematics teaching, as if pedagogical style were the issue.
The consequences of mischaracterizing
agents can be quite onerous for a brokerage, in terms of overtime compensation and other benefits that might be owed to employees unlawfully categorized as independent contractors, and income, unemployment insurance and social security taxes that might be owed to the government.
Industry pundits tend to misguide you," continues Iwaki, "by mischaracterizing
the Wintel solution as 'open' and the Sun solution as 'proprietary.
Church & State has done its readers a disservice by mischaracterizing
the school choice article by Adam Meyerson from the January/February issue of Policy Review ("America's Public School System: Is It An 'Evil Empire'?