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  • noun Plural form of reorganization.


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  • The European experts will analyze " what kind of reorganizations are needed in Ireland, " said Didier Reynders, the Belgian finance minister who leads the European Union ' s council of finance ministers.

    EU Plan for Ireland Takes Shape

  • This can explain the high amount of fairly large pieces of glass in the contexts (large pieces mostly don't escape remelting) that were dumped in the building at a slightly later period in time, maybe illustrating one of the last "reorganizations" in the city.

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - Glass Studies Report 2

  • Too often, risk management plans address technologies and markets, and fail to address internal issues such as reorganizations, workplace politics, toxic conflict and reductions in force.

    Life at Work: People, Projects, Politics and Pressure

  • By the time the "reorganizations" were over, the creditors had managed to hang on to five cents on the dollar, maybe ten.

    Bill Totten's Weblog

  • The constant reorganizations aimed to consolidate personal power.

    The Return

  • “I am deeply convinced,” he wrote, “that constant reorganizations improve nothing . . . the new ones who replace those who have been fired will be just like their predecessors.”

    The Return

  • Some reorganizations, of course, work better than others.

    Employee input key to reorganization effort

  • Many of these investors snatch up companies' debt at steep discounts with an eye toward profiting by influencing reorganizations, turning cases into what some dub the "bankruptcy exchange."

    High Court Clears Rule on Disclosing Creditor Data

  • "Presidents have taken to reorganizations the way overweight people take to fad diets - and with about the same results."

    Employee input key to reorganization effort

  • Both reorganizations were litigated through a series of federal courts and, in the case of Chrysler, all the way to the Supreme Court.

    Auto Bailout Was a Bargain for Taxpayers, Economy


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