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- n. Alternative spelling of shakeup.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A shaking or stirring up; commotion; disturbance.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the imposition of a new organization; organizing differently (often involving extensive and drastic changes)
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Marc Lasry 's Avenue Capital Group and other investors in the debt of distressed power producer Dynegy Inc. have asked a New York court to undo a restructuring engineered by shareholder Carl Icahn , calling the shake-up a fraud "unprecedented in the annals of corporate finance."
Ms Berejiklian hasn't ruled out job cuts as part of the shake-up, which is being led by former CEO of Sydney Ferries David Callahan.
Then, two days later, Carter announced the cabinet shake-up, and our momentum instantly came to a halt.
In the day's second big Silicon Valley shake-up, four Hewlett-Packard directors will step down as a result of how they mishandled a scandal that ousted former CEO Mark Hurd.
Google's was the biggest management shake-up since the Internet search giant was an obscure start-up.
Google's unexpected shake-up marks a major test for its co-founder, Larry Page, and of its executive bench.
Deval Patrick's decision to shake-up the parole board and pledged to continue a probe into the state probation department.
Google Inc., fresh off announcing a management shake-up, will give a $100 million equity award to outgoing Chief Executive Eric Schmidt , who in April will be succeeded by company co-founder Larry Page .
Unison goes to court to block planned NHS shake-up
The programming shake-up comes as the network has begun to reverse steep declines in its audience but has battled to turn around Mr. Spitzer's show after nine months on the air.