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  • n. Plural form of buyout.


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  • Eight schools that have fired or forced out their coaches are contractually committed to nearly $13 million in buyouts, according to USA TODAY analysis of their deals.

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  • But by the early eighties, the city was both a physical and cultural wasteland due to major label buyouts of the artists as well as the crippling drug habits of some of the others. News Headlines

  • The difference has narrowed 57 cents since March 1, when Fannie Mae said it would buy as many as 200,000 of the loans this month, as investors rethought the dispersion of its near-term buyouts across different coupons. --

  • Leverage loaned, big leveraged buyouts, that is a potential problem.

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  • Key to the argument for the buyouts is a report from the VA's Office of Inspector General (VAOIG) which recommended that the VA "revise [disability] rating criteria to reflect expected lifetime impairment so that VA could offer lump-sum payments to veterans ..."


  • (He even toyed with the idea of buyouts for Social Security payments.)


  • As part of budget cutting, many of these workers are being offered buyouts, which is increasing the pressure to find people with the right skills to replace them.

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  • The buyouts are the latest round of cost-cutting measures by GM, which is racing to piece together a plan for returning to viability by the middle of the month.

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  • Ellen Schneiter, Maine's budget officer, called the buyouts a gentler alternative to layoffs. RSS - stories

  • In endorsing the RMP, Corzine also signed a sweeping executive order designed to both tighten up the plan and provide an avenue for funding land buyouts, which is estimated to cost the state at least $1.3 billion in the future.

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