Yup. I would prefer if companies returned dividends rather than grow into huge behemoths but I understand why they don't (government) and to investors, it usually makes little difference (Though I think if government interference were removed, dividends would provide better value).
One could be reading for a test or pleasure or some imminent need. It probably is in how the question is asked.
They look impressive on the e-bookshelf.
Amazon is unionized? That's why the auto makers got the bailouts.
Unfortunately, when cyber Monday does come around, between them and the other retailers using their services, they often seem to have insufficient capacity. We frequently were unable to spin up new instances around that period. When you have people sitting around waiting to do work, that quickly starts to eat into any savings.
It can depend. There are reasons that bridges or underpasses cannot be put in some locations but the most likely explanation is that the bridge makers and politicians in Virginia share several of the same relatives.
How much lower? I get pretty close (around 22mpg)
You woefully underestimate the efforts that vested interests will go to to ensure that money goes into their pockets, I mean hard-working (cough) Americans can keep their jobs.
TSA is on right on that...
He has the heart of a teacher.
He keeps it in a box under his bed with the other trophies.
So who will buy Microsoft? Facebook? AOL? Taco Bell?
It is correct but not politic. I don't know who thought it was a good idea. It sets the ground for an "us vs them" mentality which is probably not a bad idea from the employees point of view (many of whom have a fantasy-land vision of the employee/employer relationship and are frequently the most shocked when it comes to the rude awakening) but not from the company's point of view which has an interest in nurturing such delusions.
Concern for you employees is like sincerity. Once you can fake it, you have it made.
There was nothing wrong with "Personnel".
But you move your routes around and suddenly there are people who have lost service. Your service is now known as something that can't be relied on so people have to obtain their own vehicles "just in case" and so your service becomes even less popular.
Buses are a losing game and most only really survive through subsidies.