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  • Rather, he said, he was referring to the deep-pocketed effort that Qatar mounted last year to win the bid.

    Soccer's Governing Body Faces Heightened Scrutiny

  • What is best for children is also what's good for our country and communities; the welfare of children is certainly a better use of political resources than checking poll numbers or the opinion of a deep-pocketed lobbyist who most likely knows nothing about growing up in poverty or attending an underfunded school.

    Rev. Romal J. Tune: Our Children's Education: Who Will Stand in the Gap when Politicians Act Like Absentee Dads?

  • For Portuguese companies, investments from a deep-pocketed country with a high-growing consumer market are welcome at a time when domestic demand and rising unemployment are hammering profitability.

    China Gets Stake in Portugal's EDP

  • "Nothing about the legislation has changed since then—the only thing that has changed is that deep-pocketed segments of the yellow cab industry have had the chance to do more lobbying," said the spokeswoman, Julie Wood .

    Governor Taps Brake on Mayor's Livery Plan

  • Mr. Romney could gain a big financial boost, if deep-pocketed conservatives in Texas turn to his campaign.

    Fresh Drama in GOP Race

  • Leme's Mr. Brugger said Perenco has a good chance of success with its IPO if it targets deep-pocketed institutional investors looking for a cheap entry into Brazil's offshore oil frontier, he said.

    Perenco's Brazil IPO Faces Tough Sell

  • If the venal politician is the equivalent of Dr. Evil in the popular imagination, then Mini-me, his sidekick, is a deep-pocketed tycoon with access to the corridors of power.

    India's Crony Socialism

  • What is best for children is also what's good for our country and communities; the welfare of children is certainly a better use of political resources than checking poll numbers or the opinion of a deep-pocketed lobbyist who most likely knows nothing about growing up in poverty or attending an underfunded school.

    Rev. Romal J. Tune: Our Children's Education: Who Will Stand in the Gap when Politicians Act Like Absentee Dads?

  • Many private-equity firms have shied away from big acquisitions over the past six months, partly because these firms haven't been able to compete with deep-pocketed corporations.

    Blackstone in Talks to Buy Kinetic

  • Ad executives across the industry say marketers can waste money by testing out working with the hundreds of new technology companies, many of which are backed by deep-pocketed venture capitalists.

    Pulling Out Weeds Online

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