FMER

AcronymDefinition
FMERFirstMerit Corporation (stock symbol)
FMERFirst Marblehead Education Resources
FMERForeign Material Exploitation Report (US DoD)
FMERFunds and Man-Hours Expenditure Report (defense industry)
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Maybe the more common situation is more direct, and wing leadership is stating, "We're going to add another hangar to improve our operating tempo." FMers then need to inform leadership if and how different benefits, risks, mission needs, and funding requirements will affect this decision before the base begins committing resources.
When money is not so tight, being an FMer is not quite as challenging.
The affirmation and Stable Outlook reflects our view that the FMER transaction represents low credit risk, manageable integration, and reasonable cost save estimates given the significant amount of overlap between the two entities.
Schurter added a standard DC filter series, FMER SOL, for use on the DC side of the inverter in photovoltaic systems and other DC systems.
Schurter (Santa Rosa, CA) adds a new standard DC filter series, FMER SOL, designed for use on the DC side of the inverter in photovoltaic systems and other DC systems.
(Nasdaq: FMER) is an Akron, Ohio-based multi-bank holding company, whose stock more than took it on the chin, with its negative return of 20.85%.
MSgt Prentiss Spivey, a career FMer, came to AFAA after retirement from active duty.
Board of directors of FirstMerit Corporation (NASDAQ: FMER) has declared a dividend of USD14.69 per share, or USD0.36725 per depository share, on the company's 5.875 percent non-cumulative perpetual preferred stock, Series A, the company said.
FirstMerit Corporation (NASDAQ: FMER) has said that its board of directors have declared a dividend of USD14.69 per share, or USD0.36725 per depository share, on the company's 5.875 percent non-cumulative perpetual preferred stock, Series A,
(NASDAQ: FMER) said its Apple iOS and Android Mobile Banking Apps now include Popmoney, a simple and secure service that allows customers to send and receive money electronically.