reback

reback

(riːˈbæk)
vb (tr)
to provide (a book) with a new back, backing or lining
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Stifel analyst Brad Reback says he remains a buyer of MongoDB shares into the company's fiscal Q2 results on September 4.
In later studies the proportion of consumers was similar (Reback & Fletcher, 2014; Santos et al., 2014; Sevelius, Reznick, Hart & Schwarcz, 2009) or even higher (Rowe, Santos, McFarland & Wilson, 2015).
"We worked hard for the corner (kick) and Marley Reback hit a great ball," Kempf said.
Stifel analyst Brad Reback was already a Microsoft bull, having raised his price target from $130 to $150 after Microsoft "crushed" its earnings.
Alter and Reback (2014) looked at the relationship between college image and the number of applications received.
Huddersfield Mission manager Paul Bridges, centre, with sponsors, from the left, Matt Gledhill of Reback, Examiner editor, Wayne Ankers, Sean Jarvis of Huddersfield Town and Guy Davis of Bastion Estates
"We have long-stated that Red Hat is a strategic asset and while we are not aware of any merger and acquisition discussions or negotiations, we would not be surprised if a hyperscale cloud vendor such as Google, Amazon, Microsoft, or Oracle make a competing bid given Red Hat's strategic position within on-premise datacenters (over 100K customers)," wrote Stifel's Brad Reback.
Stifel Nicolaus analyst Brad Reback, for example, said mobilization of data access is an increasingly meaningful point of differentiation in the market.
Charity founder Lyette Reback, 44, has 10 daughters and six sons between the ages of two and 22 with her husband of 24 years, estate agent David Reback, 49.
"The EU got a $2.7 billion fine to hold a party and bail out Greek banks," said Gary Reback, an antitrust lawyer and critic of the EU's actions.
(10.) Reback CJ, Ferlito D, Kisler KA, Fletcher JB.