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  • n. Plural form of fatcat.


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  • the pay-what-you-will scenario ie:radiohead MIGHT HAVE been the answer. for a ridiculously small amount of money, people could get their music. and in this case, the band reaps far more money than the old industry template. read between the lines, and you will see that the label fatcats are not in this equation. hmmmmm.

    AC/DC’s upcoming album leaked online | Sync Blog

  • And even the increased profits for the "greedy fatcats" is economic growth because they greedily spend it on new products which leads to social advancement). We Are Going to be E-Verified

  • Yesterday, in a brilliant bit of scheduling, Carl Levin called the fatcats of Goldman Sachs on the carpet in a committee hearing, which dominated the day's news cycle.

    Chris Weigant: Reid Leads

  • It just looks like the "fatcats" are the ones who benefit because the institution they created is still standing.

    who predicted the meltdown?

  • If the American people could be convinced of these points they might be willing to look past the fact that, yes, some Wall Street firms will survive that perhaps ought to fail; that some "fatcats" might continue to draw large salaries and bonuses; that in some way some bad behavior will have been rewarded.

    Stop saying "bailout."

  • He said 2010 was not benefiting anybody except the "fatcats".

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The "fatcats" denounced by Obama want to be regulated - why is that?


  • The "beltway gang" in Washington doesn't just work for the "fatcats," they also work to limit the influence of groups seeking competing entitlements.

  • And hit the "fatcats" by trying to blow up the office that investigated international tax fraud.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • California's fury over exorbitant pay for city hall 'fatcats'

    BBC News - Home


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