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COCAConference Call
COCACoheed and Cambria (band)
COCACouncil on Child Abuse
COCACare of Children Act (New Zealand)
COCACorpus of Contemporary American English
COCACommission on Osteopathic College Accreditation
COCACenter on Contemporary Art (Seattle, WA)
COCAClinician Outreach and Communication Activity (US CDC)
COCACost of Customer Acquisition
COCACouncil on Community Advocacy (disabilities)
COCACost of Cracking Adjustment (encryption)
COCAColor, Odor, Consistency, Amount (medical)
COCAConsent Order and Compliance Agreement
COCAChicago Ovarian Cancer Alliance
COCACooperative Caching Scheme
COCAComprehensive Outcomes of Cognitive Assessment (used to assess knowledge gained through university studies)
COCACensorship Opposition Council of Australia
COCACentral Office Code Administrators
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Similar to our findings for forecast error, our cross-sectional tests on forecast dispersion indicate that dispersion in analysts' forecasts tends to decrease during the quarter for all firms, but that the decrease in dispersion is relatively greater in conference call quarters than in non-conference call quarters.
Unless a conference call is merely the report of a committee, it's always a good idea to take minutes.
ET on August 21, 2019 through November 19, 2019 by visiting http://www.Lowes.com/investor and clicking on Webcasts and then on Lowe's Second Quarter 2019 Earnings Conference Call.
10th Membership Committee Conference Call (12 p.m.)
Edison's principal subsidiary, Southern California Edison Co., one of the U.S.'s largest investor-owned utilities, has been teetering on the edge of bankruptcy for much of 2001, and as a result, the parent company CFO has been hosting a regular twice-a-week series of conference calls with creditors, which news media, regulators and other public and private sector stakeholders can monitor via the Internet or phone lines.
Law firms, retail chains, utilities and energy companies all use conference bridges for daily administrative and emergency conference calls as do local, state and federal governments.
He describes how companies provided guidance to analysts before adoption of regulation FD: The company held a conference call with analysts to discuss the past quarter.
If you are accessible and open at all times, there shouldn't be a lot of gray areas when it comes time for the conference call."
Not only can a conference call be quickly arranged, it also costs only a fraction of what it would cost for a face-to-face meeting - $75 compared to about $5,000 to bring six volunteer leaders to town for a two-day, in-house meeting.
('Select Sands' or the 'Company') will release financial and operational results for the second quarter of 2019 after market close on Monday August 26, and host a conference call with investors on Tuesday, August 27, 2019 at 11:00 AM EST (8:00 AM PST).
(NYSE: HTH), a Dallas-based financial holding company, has said that it will host a conference call at 8:00 a.m.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-July 12, 2019--Hilltop Holdings schedules its second quarter earnings conference call
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