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What is the meaning of cpb in all stock pricing?
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Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Geometry
An acute angle called apb has inside it angle cpb. Angle cpb is 17 degrees and angle apc and cpb are congruent. What is the angle of apc?
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What is the market cap for Campbell Soup Company CPB?
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What is the ticker symbol for Campbell Soup?
What is a Certified Public Bookkeeper?
Certified Public Bookkeeper In the United States, the Certified Public Bookkeeper (CPB) license serves to protect the public interest by helping to ensure that only qualified individuals become licensed. The licenses provides assurance to small business and nonprofit owners and employees that licensees are trusted and competent public bookkeepers. Become a Licensed Certified Public Bookkeeper The Certified Public Bookkeeper (CPB) license serves to protect the public interest by helping to ensure that only qualified individuals become licensed. More than a certification, the CPB license enables bookkeepers to become employed or engaged as full-charge bookkeepers performing bookkeeping for businesses and non-profit organizations. The CPB license provides assurance that CPBs are trusted and competent bookkeepers. CPBs are distinguished from other bookkeepers by stringent licensing requirements. They have extensive bookkeeping knowledge, skills, and experience. In order to qualify for the CPB license, CPBs must possess bookkeeping education, pass a national certification exam, meet experience requirements, obtain a minimum of 24 hours of Continuing Professional Education annually, and agree to abide by the NACPB Code of Professional Conduct. Steps to Become a Licensed CPB Specific requirements for becoming a CPB, and the rights and obligations of a licensed CPB, are set forth in the National Association of Certified Public Bookkeepers CPB Regulations and Rules. For more informatin, go to http://www.nacpb.org/licenses.cfm.
What is the symbol for Campbell Soup Company in the NYSE?
What are the release dates for Eye on Entertainment - 2005 Interview with Sher LeFevre and Rick Borgia of CPB 2-7?
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Who did Prince Charles date before Princess Diana?
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What has the author S Young Lee written?
S. Young Lee has written: 'Summary statistics of CPB-qualified public radio stations: fiscal year 1972' -- subject(s): Radio stations 'Public radio subscription programs' 'Broadcast and production statistics of public television licensees' -- subject(s): Television broadcasting, Television stations 'Summary statistics of CPB-qualified public radio stations: fiscal year 1971' -- subject(s): Radio stations 'Status report of public broadcasting, 1980' -- subject(s): Public broadcasting
What degrees and certifications do you need to become a banker?
It does depend on the type of "banker" but generally all you need is a 4 year college degree. The best degree for this is a business degree. Within retail, corporate or investment banking there are many types of specialities such as relationship management, credit risk, treasury, accounting each speciality has its own certifications (CFA, CPA, CFP, CPB etc)
Asked in Government
How much does npr get from government?
Asked in Actors & Actresses
What movie and television projects has Peter Ellery been in?
Peter Ellery has: Played Gerrard in "PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal" in 1996. Played Secret Service Agent in "Earth: Final Conflict" in 1997. Played Secret Service Man 2 in "The Famous Jett Jackson" in 1998. Played Crewman 4 in "Total Recall 2070" in 1999. Played CPB Uniform in "Total Recall 2070" in 1999.
What is the tax dollar amount that NPR takes from the public?
No specific tax dollar is given. Any amount of public funds it gets is on a competitive basis, so the amount in the Fed budget would be spent either way, albeit maybe on a slightly different type of program. NPR is a not for profit. As such, all financial matters are very well disclosed and a matter of public record. I'll try to provide a link that can get you to all the numbers. Public funds grants for the year ended 9/30/2005 were only about $436,000 - which in Gov't speak is what...a handful of toilet seats? NPR supports its operations through a combination of membership dues and programming fees from over 800 independent radio stations, sponsorship from private foundations and corporations, and revenue from the sales of transcripts, books, CDs, and merchandise. A very small percentage -- between one percent to two percent of NPR's annual budget -- comes from competitive grants sought by NPR from federally funded organizations, such as the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, National Science Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. Published reports in Worth Magazine and Consumers Digest cited NPR as a leading U.S. nonprofit charity because of the organization's program spending efficiency, high level of private support, and outstanding public service. On average, public radio stations (including NPR Member stations) receive the largest percentage of their revenue (34%) from listener support, 24% from corporate underwriting and foundations, and 13% from CPB allocations.* (* These figures are derived from the most recent CPB data available, FY03. The remaining average revenue breakdown is: 6% from local and state governments, 14% from institutional support, and 8% from all other sources.)
Asked in Economics, Political Science
What is the political philosphy of a country called that has many privately owned businesses but also has government controlled industries and social services?
Most countries have a mixed economy, with elements of all four major systems. Privately owned, privately controlled = free market (including the variant called capitalism) Publicly owned, privately controlled = socialism (Fannie Mae, TVA, Amtrak, CPB) Publicly owned, publicly controlled = communism (USPS, National Parks, West Point) Privately owned, publicly controlled = fascism (General Motors, Federal Reserve member banks) Fascist is often used as an insult today, but it started as an economic ideal. Benito Mussolini didn't nationalize the railroads, but he famously "made them run on time." In other words, privately owned but publicly controlled.
Asked in Business & Finance, Job Training and Career Qualifications, Business Accounting and Bookkeeping, Lawyers
What certification and requirements do you need to become a bookkeeper?
In the United States, there is no certification or license requirements to hold oneself out as a "bookkeeper". However, bookkeeping certification or licensure do provide assurance to business owners and individuals that the certified or licensed bookkeeper does possess a cetain level of trust and competency. For example, bookkeepers who want to obtain a bookkeeping job can obtain the National Bookkeepers Association (NBA) Bookkeeper Certification. For more information, go to http://www.nationalba.org. The National Association of Certified Public Bookkeepers (NACPB) provides public bookkeepers a Certified Bookkeeper certification or Certified Public Bookkeeper (CPB) license to provide assurance they are trusted and competent public bookkeepers. For more information, go to http://www.nacpb.org.