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Bourne finance panel is already wary of pension-liability reporting
Greece still has to complete a tax reform and put thousands of state employees into a transitional staff holding company before it gets any more money. Schauble was in unusually generous spirits Delaying doesn’t help Strangely, two particularly stubborn critics showed themselves unusually generous on this balmy summer’s evening in Brussels (08.07.2013). German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble said coolly, “It isn’t new that things aren’t easy in Greece.” But, he said, the country had made significant advances. “I am sure that we can continue this difficult but successful path in the coming months.” His Austrian counterpart Maria Fekter was similarly placid.
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Markets closed YOUR FRIENDS’ ACTIVITY Remind me when I share | Not you? Log out of Facebook How to remove this experience Finance Latest News: Departure of Barnes & Noble CEO May Put Focus on Retail Link 3 hours ago, Wochit The sudden resignation of Barnes & Noble Inc’s chief executive could indicate the struggling bookseller is closer returning to basics: bookstores. William Lynch, CEO since 2010, quit just two weeks after the company reported a 34 percent drop in revenue in its Nook business, a venture he spearheaded that has cost Barnes & Noble hundreds of millions of dollars. According to Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac, Apple is testing a feature called “Mogul” that allows the iPhone to record video at a super-fast and precise rate — 120 frames per second.
A consultant might be a worthwhile expenditure, I think we should at least look into it. This is a complex issue. Finance member Mary Jane Mastrangelo said there are two aspects of the town beginning to face its post-employment obligations beyond the annual fiscal lip service they command; that is, she said, the overall impact and the actuarial side of it. Member John Redman said the Massachusetts Municipal Association might be able to make a consultant available to help the town broach the inevitable; that is, how it will deal with post-employment realities as they affect the municipal finances and the bottom line of Bournes overall fiscal health. Finance panel chairman Michele Ford said she would discuss the issue with Town Administrator Thomas Guerino. Guerino, Finance Director Linda Marzelli and selectmen have been routinely advised about how annual audits in the near future will carry post-employment totals as an accounting measure.