Green steps up the pace
Sears, Roebuck and Co. Chief Executive Philip Green confirmed he had received a number of enquiries from people interested in purchasing the property division worth around 160 million pounds sterling. Sears was acquired by Green for 549 million pounds sterling in Jan 1999. It is estimated by the time Green has sold off all the businesses owned by Sears he and his backers, the Barclay brothers, will have made about 710 million pounds sterling. Part of the process of selling off Sears businesses has included its retail chains to Arcadia for 151 million pounds sterling.
Publication Name: Estates Gazette
Subject: Real estate industry
Highly insignificant F-ratios
An analysis of highly insignificant F-ratios is presented. Such statistics ocasionally developfor empirical studies. It is shown that setting thresholds for statistical values implies a fortiori null acceptance given the probability of a statistic with value smaller than its realized measure. In addition, the zero set at the disturbance spectrum origin may take on fractional or unit order.
Publication Name: Econometrica
A guide to U.S. military wings of the WWII era
Flight badges and wings of World War II are becoming popular collector's items. Tips on identifying wings, collection building, and avoiding counterfeit military insignia are given.
Publication Name: Antiques & Collecting Hobbies
Subject: Home and garden
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