United States V. Bahr

Targa Resources Larger Than S&P 500 Component United States Steel

Gigante noted, “Doral prides itself on being a community banking institution, and as such we believe that empowering, educating, and providing capital for women has a multiplier effect on the economy and in our community. The success of the Mujeres De Exito program is a testament to the power that Puerto Ricans have on our local economies when properly supported by financial institutions. Female focused programs like Mujeres De Exito are grounded in the belief that the disproportionately low number of educated women in Puerto Rico who own businesses stunts the Puerto Rican economy as a whole.” Participants on the panel, which Ms. Gigante will moderate, include: — Carmen Castillo, Founder and President of Superior Design International, Corp., a Florida based workforce solutions firm. SDI ranks as one of the 50 largest Hispanic businesses in the United States and is the largest Latina-owned business in the nation according to Hispanic Business Magazine. Among her many accomplishments, Ms. Castillo was recently selected as the 2013 Woman of the Year by the editorial board of Hispanic Business. — Beatriz M. Manetta, Founder, President and CEO of Argent Associates, a supply chain and technology services company. Argent, a certified minority and female-owned company, has been widely recognized as one of the fastest growing female owned businesses, and has been ranked within the 500 largest Hispanic owned companies from 2006 through 2011 and as high as #22 in 2007. In 2011, Argent was named Supplier of the Year by AT&T, and Innovative Company of the Year by DiversityNXT. — Nina G. Vaca, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Pinnacle Technical Resources, Inc., an information technology services provider to Fortune 500 companies.

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( NYSE: X ), according to The Online Investor . Click here to find out the top S&P 500 components ordered by average analyst rating Market capitalization is an important data point for investors to keep an eye on, for various reasons. The most basic reason is that it gives a true comparison of the value attributed by the stock market to a given companys stock. Many beginning investors look at one stock trading at $10 and another trading at $20 and mistakenly think the latter company is worth twice as much that of course is a completely meaningless comparison without knowing how many shares of each company exist. But comparing market capitalization (factoring in those share counts) creates a true apples-to-apples comparison of the value of two stocks. In the case of Targa Resources Corp ( NYSE: TRGP ), the market cap is now $2.98B, versus United States Steel Corp. ( NYSE: X ) at $2.89B. Special Offer: Try OLI Premium and get reports on Splits, Buybacks, and M&A daily Another reason market capitalization is important is where it places a company in terms of its size tier in relation to peers much like the way a mid-size sedan is typically compared to other mid-size sedans (and not SUVs). This can have a direct impact on which indices will include the stock, and which mutual funds and ETFs are willing to own the stock. For instance, a mutual fund that is focused solely on Large Cap stocks may for example only be interested in those companies sized $10 billion or larger. Another illustrative example is the S&P MidCap index which essentially takes the S&P 500 index and tosses out the biggest 100 companies so as to focus solely on the 400 smaller up-and-comers (which in the right environment can outperform their larger rivals). And ETFs that directly follow an index like the S&P 500 will only own the underlying component of that index, selling companies that lose their status as an S&P 500 company, and buying companies when they are added to the index. So a companys market cap, especially in relation to other companies, carries great importance, and for this reason we at The Online Investor find value to putting together these looks at comparative market capitalization daily. At the closing bell, TRGP is down about 0.5%, while X is trading flat on the day Monday.

Lee, 315 F.3d 206 (3d Cir.2003), fails because that case is distinguishable. As we noted in Antelope, the Lee court had simply found the defendant failed to show his probation remained conditioned on waiving his Fifth Amendment privilege: the polygraph condition in Lee did not require the defendant to answer incriminating questions, and the prosecutor there had stipulated that a failure to pass the polygraph test would not likely result in violation of supervised release. Antelope, 395 F.3d at 113839 (discussing Lee, 315 F.3d at 212). Here, in contrast, Bahr faced a concrete threat of revocation. 4 At bottom, Bahr faced revocation of his supervised release for a failure to successfully complete treatment, and he received no assurance that his admissions during treatment would not be used to prosecute him. The government therefore compelled Bahr’s treatment disclosures in violation of the Fifth Amendment, and the district court should not have considered the information. B. Testimony of Bahr’s Mother The government then argues that Brown’s testimony at the sentencing hearing provides an independent ground for affirming the sentence. Not so. While the court may affirm on any ground supported in the record, United States v. Pope, 686 F.3d 1078, 1083 (9th Cir.2012), admission of the treatment disclosures was improper, and the district court relied on the treatment disclosures’ admissibility to justify admitting Brown’s testimony.

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