Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of payout.

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Examples

  • He has already received exorbitant payouts from the victims fund to himself and his law firm, Baker & Hostetler LLP.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » More on Israeli Incompetence

  • The Census determines how billions of dollars in federal payouts is divided and could greatly benefit the region's rebuilding — if residents participate, says Timolynn Sams, a New Orleans activist.

    Hurricanes create a Census challenge in New Orleans

  • Nearly a year after the massive fraud was exposed, sweetened tax breaks, payouts from the Securities Investor Protection Corp. and signs of success by the court-appointed trustee in charge of liquidating Bernard L. Madoff's firm are offering some of his investors hope for at least a partial recovery of their losses.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: December 9, 2009

  • So with leaks like this in our current systems, no one will be shocked to learn in the future that major payouts from the new nationalized health care system is going to fake identifies in places like Lagos Nigeria.

    Medicaid system leaks millions

  • Although some cases make it to trial, dozens and dozens of disputes are settled before they reach a courtroom, resulting in payouts of as little as $5,500 to the family of an H.D. Woodson High School student purportedly struck by a coach and as much as $650,000 to a St. Elizabeths Hospital psychiatric patient who gouged his eyes out after the staff failed to follow a doctor's warnings to monitor him.

    From 2007 to 2009, D.C. paid more than $50 million in legal settlements

  • But Mr. Irani received an additional $70 million in long-term payouts in 2010—largely as a result of meeting performance goals set by Occidental's board in 2007.

    CEO Pay in 2010 Jumped 11%

  • The company continued to spend to maintain payouts to investors as well, raising its dividend payout to 72 cents per share from 69 cents per share last year.

    Chevron Profits Drops, Continues to Spend on New Projects

  • The unions do not, as a point of empirical fact, oppose direct payouts from the US treasury to American businesses (upwards redistribution).

    Matthew Yglesias » Kaus’s Dilemma

  • Suppose the plaintiff paid $1000 for insurance and then quickly received $20,000 in payouts for some procedures?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Standing and Ripeness Issues in the Lawsuits Against Obamacare

  • Together, they walked away with $2.5 million in salary, bonuses and long-term payouts even though the company was forced to reduce its work force by 20 percent.

    Barbarians Break the Bank

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