GNCS

AcronymDefinition
GNCSGateway Network Configuration System
GNCSGuidance and Navigation Control System
GNCSGuidance and Navigation Control System (US NASA)
GNCSGerontologic Nursing Consultation Service (est. 1988; University of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, PA)
GNCSGood News Correspondence School (est. 1978; India)
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New York: Fitch Ratings has downgraded GNC Holdings, Inc.'s IDR to 'B-' from 'B' on increased refinancing risk following the announced withdrawal of its proposed refinancing offering.
The ratings continue to reflect GNC's leading position in the growing health and wellness products market.
GNC remains the dominant brand with an 80% share of retail value sales in 2015; it benefits from low competition.
According to Stewart, undermining school funding is only part of the GNCs and the religious t right's plan to "take back" public schools.
The electrolyte solution was composed of 0.05 M Lil, 0.03 M [I.sub.2], 0.1 M 1-propy-3methylimidazolium iodide, 0.1 M GNCS, and 0.5 M 4-tertbutylpyridine in a mixed solvent of acetonitrile and PC (volume ratio: 1/1).
"What we see with the GNCs is a definite total store improvement in business," comments Sammons.
Member of the INdAM Research group GNCS and of the "Research ITalian network on Approximation (RITA)".
The work of the first author is partly supported by the GNCS INdAM project "Metodi di regolarizzazione per problemi di ottimizzazione vincolata" and by MIUR Progetto Premiale 2012 "Mathtech".
Work partially supported by Progetti di Ricerca GNCS 2013, "Strategie risolutive per sistemi lineari di tipo KKT con uso di informazioni strutturali".
Mantel previously held the role of Chief Merchandising Officer for GNC Corporation, where he led a $2.6 billion product portfolio and helped relaunch the companys business model.
One key part of the revamped mix has been the GNC store within a store.
Moreover, it will add 66 General Nutrition Center (GNC) departments this quarter, with a total of 220 planned for the rest of the year.