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  • noun an additional service or functionality for a mobile telephone subscription

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Examples

  • We typically have looked at companies that are more bolt-on in nature, that complement our core businesses and typically add between $50 million and $100 million in revenue to our company.

    Pentagon Cutbacks Force New Strategy at Rockwell Collins

  • The High Lifter bolt-on lift kits will give you one to two inches of lift to clear those oversized mud tires.

    Get The Lift You Need To Survive In The Mud!

  • NYSE Euronext may revive a plan to build its own European trade-clearing facility, and will continue to look at bolt-on deals for its technology arm, Chief Executive Duncan Niederauer said after regulators blocked the planned merger with Deutsche Börse AG.

    NYSE CEO: Appeal Possible, Clearing Strategy Again a Focus

  • Mr. Buhlmann became CEO in March last year, 16 months after his predecessor left, and quickly signaled his intention to seek bolt-on deals while not ruling out occasional larger transactions.

    Aegis, Ipsos in Talks on Synovate Deal

  • Panmure Gordon analyst Alex DeGroote described the acquisition as a bolt-on, not a transformative deal.

    Reed Elsevier to Buy Accuity

  • There is also a bolt-on utility bag on the rack, a hidden lock for the kickstand and two flasks under the front tube.

    Reinventing the Two-Wheeler

  • But it suggests other potential targets for companies like Anglo, which is looking for bolt-on acquisitions worth around $5 billion, may be undervalued.

    Coal's Glow Attracts Major Miners

  • "We are not under pressure to spend our money," but will make an investment if there's a possibility, Mr. Bauer said, with smaller, bolt-on acquisitions in the field of energy efficiency most likely.

    Infineon May Postpone Investment

  • Instead, Mr. Immelt said the company will remain focused on bolt-on deals of $1 billion to $3 billion.

    GE Braces for European Chill

  • Schneider Electric 's $2 billion bolt-on acquisition this week of Madrid-based Telvent may be a taste of what is to come.

    Europe Ripe for More Deals

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