The reinvestments of income were adding their mite of many annual millions.
We cannot forbear giving the following remarkable page from the history of the times, to show how the need for reinvestment of the Standard Oil surplus crushed out small capitalists and hastened the breakdown of the capitalist system.
02 of the Notice, he said, all expenditures for worker compensation and benefits, other than expenditures for executive compensation, for new and existing employees seemingly qualify as permitted worker hiring and training reinvestments
Capital planning decisions for reinvestments
have more or less implicitly assumed that the existing asset base will be sustained regardless of competitive pressure and margin erosion, and hence the remaining life of the assets.
Except for the food industry, reinvestments
were, on average, sufficient to cover depreciation and amortization.
One drawback of dividend reinvestment
plans, especially if the stock is owned over a long period of time, is the number of transactions generated by the quarterly reinvestments
verified the mathematical accuracy of computations of the adequacy of initial investments and cash deposited to pay the debt service requirements of the refunded bonds and scheduled reinvestments
under the Escrow Float Contract.
are needed in order to maintain the system's future revenue generating capability.
will be made either in zero percent U.
The Board has approved a 3% discount to stockholders on all or partial dividend reinvestments
to the extent shares are purchased directly from the Company.
of dividends and capital gains are used to purchase full and fractional shares in the same security.
Accordingly, the company amended its DRIP and will now be able to apply distribution reinvestments
by shareholders and optional cash payments made by shareholders to the purchase directly from the company of newly issued common shares as well as to acquire such shares in the open market.