...4, PricewaterhouseCoppers was appointed as independent auditors, for the fiscal year ending November 30, 2015, at the annual general meeting as required of Section 489(2) of the Companies act of 2006. “If our shareholders do not approve Proposal 11, the Audit Committees will consider the selection of another accounting firm for 2016 and future years.” (Proxy Statement Pg. 26 Proposal 10 and 11) 4a-4b The Audit Fees for 2014 and 2013 were for professional services including, integrated audit of Carnival Corporation & plc’s Consolidated Financial Statements, systems of internal control of financial statements, audits of IFRS financial statements, statutory audit of various international subsidiaries, consents, registration statements, and other agreed-upon procedures. The Audit-Related Fees for 2013 for services performed on pension plans and 2014 was used for the review of our sustainability report. Tax Fees for 2014 and 2013 were for International Tax Research. All other Fees for 2014 and 2013 were for consulting services and digital advertising due to PricewaterhouseCoppers LLP’s acquisition of an existing service provider, all services were approved by the Audit Committees, so the Audit Committees didn’t rely on the “de minimis” exception, Rule 2-01(c)(7)(i)(C) under Regulation S-X (Proxy statement PG. 79) | 2014 | 2013 | Audit Fees | $5.3 | $5.6 | Audit-Related Fees | 0.0* | 0.0* | Tax Fees | 0.0* | 0.0* | All other Fees | 2.3 | 0.1 | Total | $7.9 |......
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...Content A fraternity (Latin frater : "brother") is a brotherhood, although the term sometimes connotes a distinct or formal organization and sometimes a secret society. A fraternity (or fraternal organization) is an organized society of men associated together in an environment of companionship and brotherhood; dedicated to the intellectual, physical, and social development of its members. History There are known fraternal organizations which existed as far back as ancient Greece and in the Mithraic Mysteries of ancient Rome. Analogous institutions developed in the late medieval period called confraternities, which were lay organizations allied to the Catholic Church. Some were groups of men and women who were endeavoring to ally themselves more closely with the prayer and activity of the Church; Others were groups of tradesmen, which are more commonly referred to as guilds. These later confraternities evolved into purely secular fraternal societies, while the ones with religious goals continue to be the format of the modern Third Orders affiliated with the mendicant orders. The development of modern fraternal orders was especially dynamic in the United States, where the freedom to associate outside governmental regulation is expressly sanctioned in law. There have been hundreds of fraternal organizations in the United States, and at the beginning of the 20th century the number of memberships equaled the number of adult males. (Due to multiple memberships, probably only......
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