Divisive State Primaries, Divided National Parties Paul-Henri Gurian, Associate Professor, University of Georgia, PHGurian@uga.edu Nathan Burroughs, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Georgia, email@example.com Lonna Rae Atkeson, Associate Professor, University of New Mexico, firstname.lastname@example.org ...
Divisive reorganizations are transactions where one corporation divides into two or more corporations and that qualify as a divisive Type D reorganization under IRC § 368(a)(1)(D).
Directions: Organizing Complete the graphic organizer below by listing the divisive political issues of the 1820s.
Carr_Brian_Divisive Reorganizations _white DIVISIVE REORGANIZATIONS Introduction The provisions of the Income Tax Act (the "Act") 1 and the related administrative positions applicable to divisive reorganizations or colloquially, "butterflies", have grown up over time.
Journal of Machine Learning Research 3 (2003) 1265-1287 Submitted5/02; Published 3/03 A Divisive Information-Theoretic Feature Clustering Algorithm for Text Classification InderjitS.
Consequences of Divisive, Type D, Reorganizations for S Corporations-by Neil E. Harl * The draconian income tax outcomes for corporate liquidations, especially for C corporations, have boosted the popularity of corporate reorganizations 1 as an alternative planning strategy. 2 Indeed, it is ...
To appear as a chapter in: Statistical Theories of the Brain eds. RRao, BOlshausenandMLewicki MIT Press, 2001. Natural Image Statistics and Divisive Normalization: Modeling Nonlinearities and Adaptation in Cortical Neurons MartinJ.
Farthest Centroids Divisive Clustering ∗ Haw-ren Fang Math&Comp. Sci. Division Argonne National Laboratory Argonne, IL 60439 email@example.com Yousef Saad Comp. Sci. &Eng. Dept. University of Minnesota Minneapolis, MN 55455 firstname.lastname@example.org Abstract A method is presented to partition a given ...
Winning the Debate on Divisive Culture Issues . By Lanae Erickson and Jim Kessler Abortion . Immigration Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell . Relationship Recognition
304 CHAPTER 10 One American's Story The Divisive Politics of Slavery South Carolina senator John C. Calhoun was so sick that he had missed four months of debate over whether California should enter the Union