Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The latter end or part; especially (Scotch), the latter part of autumn.
- n. Alternative form of back end.
“Not bad for a guy previously known as a back-end rotation type.”
“It is purposely engineered so that in the future, Revier Cattle will be able to take advantage of what Revier called the "back-end opportunities" that had been treated as a cost rather than resource.”
“Raising large funds won't be difficult for e-commerce start-ups that have a large customer base and diversified offerings with well-placed back-end processes, said Deepak Srinath , director of Bangalore-based boutique investment bank Viedea Capital Advisors Pvt. Ltd.”
“Recently, new allegations have emerged that suggest these activities were actually the back-end of even greater malfeasance involving tax evasion, the failure to comply with basic rules in securitizing mortgages, and an attempt to avoid high liabilities on the part of the banks to the purchasers of the mortgage bonds.”
“What's important is that their appears to be enough evidence to warrant at least a minimal investigation of these astounding assertions--which suggests that a large part of the robo-mortgage scandal was the back-end of potentially serious criminal activities and an attempt to evade enormous liabilities.”
“Foreign investors would have to invest at least $100 million to set up multi-brand retail operations, of which at least $50 million must be invested in back-end operations such as food processing units, warehouses, as well as a supply chain from the farm gate, among other things.”
“There's more work for the colleges on the back-end you might overhear the financial aid administrator complaining about the reconciliation process, which matches their records with the US Department of Education's records.”
“Finally, companies, if they haven't already, need to mobilize their back-end business systems so that employees can access key data anytime, anywhere.”
“U.K. banks roll out similar offerings with appealing upfront terms but punitive back-end charges.”
“At the same time, though, it paved the way for a lending model — which soon spread to other countries — relying heavily on back-end fees such as late charges.”
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