Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of self-deal.

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Examples

  • "I do this because I hate these people," Mr. Navalny said gleefully of his Web postings, which take aim at those he describes as the self-dealing managers in the oil and natural gas business.

    NYT > Global Home

  • Yet the sector still must overcome strong obstacles to progress: corporatization with its twilight zone of ethics; extensive incidents of malfeasance, self-dealing and inappropriate expenditures; spiraling, inflationary increases in compensation to top executives; poor management practices and dysfunctional boards of directors; philanthropic institutions that refuse to provide adequate resources; and an ineffectual oversight, regulatory and enforcement system.

    Pablo Eisenberg: State of the Nonprofit Sector

  • Many also overlook the nonprofit tradition that nonprofit board members should not be compensated for board service and that self-dealing among board members is not to be tolerated.

    Pablo Eisenberg: State of the Nonprofit Sector

  • The scandals -- inappropriate expenditures, self-dealing, malfeasance, conflicts of interest and excessive compensation -- have hurt the reputation of nonprofits and continue to do so.

    Pablo Eisenberg: State of the Nonprofit Sector

  • Nowhere is this more evident than the special treatment of the Hershey School, here in Pennsylvania,whose board of directors for years has been permitted to indulge in questionable management practices, self-dealing, unsavory real estate deals and excessive compensation practices.

    Pablo Eisenberg: State of the Nonprofit Sector

  • Nowhere is this more evident than the special treatment of the Hershey School, here in Pennsylvania,whose board of directors for years has been permitted to indulge in questionable management practices, self-dealing, unsavory real estate deals and excessive compensation practices.

    Pablo Eisenberg: State of the Nonprofit Sector

  • As if to illustrate the problem, residents attending a meeting Wednesday in rural Queensbury unleashed their anger and cynicism at a state government they described as corrupt, self-dealing and too quick to increase taxes.

    CDC: People in sunny states happiest, New York least

  • Yet the sector still must overcome strong obstacles to progress: corporatization with its twilight zone of ethics; extensive incidents of malfeasance, self-dealing and inappropriate expenditures; spiraling, inflationary increases in compensation to top executives; poor management practices and dysfunctional boards of directors; philanthropic institutions that refuse to provide adequate resources; and an ineffectual oversight, regulatory and enforcement system.

    Pablo Eisenberg: State of the Nonprofit Sector

  • The scandals -- inappropriate expenditures, self-dealing, malfeasance, conflicts of interest and excessive compensation -- have hurt the reputation of nonprofits and continue to do so.

    Pablo Eisenberg: State of the Nonprofit Sector

  • Many also overlook the nonprofit tradition that nonprofit board members should not be compensated for board service and that self-dealing among board members is not to be tolerated.

    Pablo Eisenberg: State of the Nonprofit Sector

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