Ball was having an up and down start to his pro career in Las Vegas. He was 2 for 15 from the field in an opening loss, responded with a triple double in another loss, then sat out the third game with a sore groin as critics said he was avoiding having to face No. 5 pick De’Aaron Fox in that game against Sacramento..
Results The DACSS R revealed a four factor structure and had high internal reliability (Cronbach’s = 0.94). Those with higher DACSS R scores of anxiety were more likely to report changes in clinical procedures (DACSS C scores). DACSS R scores were associated with decision making self esteem and style as measured by the MDMQ and all burnout subscales, though not with scores on the DUQ scale.
The amount of money drug companies spend on TV ads has doubled in recent years. Studies show they work: Consumers go to their doctor with a suggestion for a certain prescription drug they saw advertised on TV. Now a study in the Annals of Family Medicine raises questions about the message the ads promote..
“We were able to cross reference the consumer preferences of more than 100,000 people, which we were already following, with how those people said they voted in the referendum,” says YouGov Associate Director, Holly Travis. “There are many shops and brands which most people use. But the brands on the top 10 lists are the brands which are most indicative of how people voted.
Assets in 401(k)s, which mainly invest in mutual funds, soared from $135 billion in 1980 to $12 trillion in 2007. A handful of mutual fund companies became the largest single shareholders in many major corporations, Davis reported.Though the number of public corporations continued to grow well into the 1990s, the value movement gradually led more and more managers and other insiders to feel that being public was more trouble than it was worth, Davis wrote. For public companies, regulatory scrutiny is tighter than for private ones, and the need to meet shareholders constant demand for stock price gains made long term strategies more difficult.Then, new techniques like leveraged buyouts allowed managers to get out from under shareholders thumbs by taking public companies private.
Anyhow. Am a lover of Pinterest of late. And saw this Elsie from a Beautiful Mess took a mug from the dollar store and transformed it with sharpie markers. Mr. EISENSTEIN: One of the more interesting experiments they did recently involved the Fusion, one of their recent and rare hits. They actually let potential buyers tell them what to do.