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“San Francisco's Fillmore District gained a bird-in-hand with the much-anticipated New Year's Eve opening of State Bird Provisions from the married duo of Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski, both former chefs at the now-closed Rubicon.”
“There's a chance he doesn't win the arb case, so $8 vs. $23M, is the bird-in-hand comparison.”
“She posed just long enough for her first bird-in-hand photo.”
“A customer calling to say, "How can I stay at your hotel and still meet my budget requirements" is certainly a bird-in-hand customer, and who wouldn't want one of those in tight economic times?”
“A sleight of hand attempts to pull the curtain over the lack of focus on easing credit markets. of course, it's all about self interest at the top; management isn't really interested in performance for the shareholders anymore. with hand picked boards, compensation committees picked by these bird-in-hand boards and compensation consultants, it's all sewn up for them. since many of these firms went public, they use shareholder money to further their own aims, and leave both the shareholder and the taxpayer holding the bag. fta:”
“bird-in-hand" offer and don't want to lose the deal.”
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