from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The act or an instance of paying out.
- n. A percentage of corporate earnings that is paid as dividends to shareholders.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. An amount of money paid out
- n. The value of dividends paid to shareholders
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The main issues for enabling this are bandwidth, bandwidth, and bandwidth But the payout is awesome, for the networks: they get to charge differently for ads that appear pre-roll and post-roll on popular stories than for ads that appear with unpopular stories.
The dumbocraps just separated a Medicare payout from the health care bill to the tune of 200 plus billion.
Despite “generous” bonuses, some bankers are “complaining” that “too much of the payout is coming in stock instead of cash.”
"Risks of a large near-term payout are mitigated by the potential for legal challenges to go on for years, as well the fact that Chevron has no significant assets in Ecuador," the credit ratings firm said in a press release.
Kopechne's family received a small payout from the Kennedy's insurance policy, and never sued.
The payout is always even money no matter how you win.
B - Property Settlement Note - this is a long-term payout with interest of the amount you owe your ex-spouse for the value of his share of your business.
The payout is just the same as far as he is concerned.
The payout is equivalent to more than $1.3 million a day — or $15 a second.
The Vanguard pricing means it's possible to earn a greater payout from a Vanguard-sold annuity than a policy from the same company sold elsewhere.