EOY


Also found in: Financial.
AcronymDefinition
EOYEntrepreneur of the Year
EOYEnd-Of-Year
EOYEntertainer Of the Year
EOYEmployee of the Year (award)
EOYEvery Other Year (timeshare)
EOYEchoes of Yul (Polish band)
EOYEyes-On-You
EOYEnd of You (Finnish band)
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
The very first winner of the EOY Philippines was Jollibee Foods Corp.
Says Farokh Balsara, Partner and EOY India Program Leader, aACoeWe are witnessing a transformational change in India in nearly all facets of the economy, fueled by digital technologies, coupled with the speed of change.
For this particular study, a research instrument was used to capture (1) experience of the finance officer (EXPERIENCE), (2) the primary field of study of the finance officer (FIELD), (3) the influence of state issued white letters (STATEWHT), (4) the number of staff accountants (ACCTSTAFF), (5) end of year fund balance spending (EOY), (6) how frequent departmental spending is monitored (MONITOR), and (7) how often departments receive budget allocations (ALLOT).
Figure 3 shows the absorption and emission spectra of the neat SSO film and RB and EoY in the SSO films.
For example, EOY winners have exceptionally well-defined approaches, are novel and innovative and are responsive to the organization's needs.
To review, the EOY checklist contained the following five items:
* Students need grit to reach EOY [end of year] reading goals: Step 9 or above
The residential mobile telephony revenue yielded 259.7 [euro] million for 894,500 postpaid customers EOY. Telenet further reports 2.067 million Cable TV customers (which represent approximately 71% of their 2,916,300 homes passed by their network), 1.531 million broadband customers and 1.154 million fixed telephony customers.
Very few companies are recognized as Employer of the Year (EOY).
These tests are EOY (end of year) exams and will be administered between May 5 and June 6, 2014.
The following illustrates the dividend equivalent amount computation: Example 1: In year 1, foreign corporation has U.S.net equity at the beginning of the year (BOY) of $5,000, end of the year (EOY) U.S.
Current regulatory and secular trends are expected to drive this market to over USD 150bn by EOY 2015.