MRFY

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MRFYMost Recent Fiscal Year
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Tesoro, with $29 billion in revenue in its most recent fiscal year, was the nation's seventh-largest oil refinery.
In the most recent fiscal year, Veghte grew HP's software business by 18%.
The SHEF report provides the earliest possible review of state and local support, tuition revenue, and enrollment trends for the most recent fiscal year. Appended are: (1) Grapevine Media Tables; (2) Glossary of Terms; (3) State Data Providers; and (4) SSDB Collection Instructions.
Ethiopia has nearly tripled its textile and apparel exports in its most recent fiscal year - but is falling way behind the gov ernment's ambitious plans to grow the sector's annual export earnings to $1 bil lion over the next five years.
In the most recent fiscal year, the industry performed well and the majority of states saw increases in gross sales, revenue contributions, and cases sold.
In its most recent fiscal year ended 31 December 2009, China Electronic achieved after-tax net income of USD9.7m from USD47.7m in revenues.
apparel companies for the most recent fiscal year. The industry s profit margin leaders are recognized in the annual Apparel Top 50 report that appears in the July edition of Apparel Magazine.
This is an annual calculation made by the division and, by Florida statute, is equal to the statewide average weekly wage paid by Florida employers for the most recent fiscal year, as determined by the Agency for Workplace Innovation.
Of the 42 states with lotteries, at least 29 reported increased sales in the most recent fiscal year. And of those 29, at least 22 set sales records.
* the employer's DE-6 Quarterly Wage and Withholding Report for the most recent fiscal year;
In the most recent fiscal year, ended January 31, 2007, net sales of Cherokee-branded goods at Target totaled $1.57 billion, off 14% from the prior year.
In its most recent fiscal year, closing in June, sales by Trumpf Group (Ditzingen, Germany) grew 18% to 1.94-billion [euro] or around $2.68-billion.
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