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  • n. Plural form of BSD.


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  • Its caused more problems than any other license in the world, even within the BSDs aka something that is supposed to be free.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • Kind of reminds me of that book Liar's Poker, which examined some of the hot wheeler-dealers on Wall Street in the 1980s (who were called BSDs [ "Big Swinking D! cks"]). Stories / Popular

  • Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein, lord of the BSDs, is now a subprime borrower.

    The End of the 'BSD'

  • The BSDs are investing like grannies who survived the Great Depression.

    The End of the 'BSD'

  • In recent years, with the explosion of wealth triggered by the credit and housing boom, a large number of BSDs were minted by the Holy Trinity: hedge funds, private equity, and investment banking.

    The End of the 'BSD'

  • Many of the biggest of the BSDs, like former Lehman Bros.

    The End of the 'BSD'

  • Thousands of lower-level BSDs have suffered alongside them.

    The End of the 'BSD'

  • BSDs are the perennial winners of the game of conspicuous earnings (giant bonuses), conspicuous consumption (giant co-ops and summer homes), and conspicuous philanthropy (giant plaques on public edifices).

    The End of the 'BSD'

  • But as part of an effort to protect the CEOs of financial institutions from their fellow BSDs at hedge funds, the Securities and Exchange Commission this week issued an order banning the short selling of several hundred financial stocks.

    The End of the 'BSD'

  • But this week, Goldman, needing cash, turned to Warren Buffett, the biggest of the BSDs.

    The End of the 'BSD'


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