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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of undermanage.


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  • One chief executive of leading teaching hospital told me last week, the NHS is "undermanaged".

    The Guardian World News

  • Mr. Lewis said in an interview that the shopping-center properties have been undermanaged during the downturn, resulting in temporary leases, vacancies and the need for structural improvements.

    U.K. Property Deal Puts Focus on Secondary Markets

  • '' Schools are fundamentally undermanaged '': Douglas McCurry and Brownsville Elementary kids.

    What Educators Are Learning From Money Managers

  • Mr. Mutch says the experience convinced him that many high-tech companies "are undervalued, undermanaged and poorly governed."

    Activist Holders Eye Top Managers for Boards

  • Nonetheless, the income generated is rarely sufficient to offset the management costs (patrols, mooring buoys, educational placards, lifeguards, etc.) and an unfortunate reality is that most coral reef-based marine protected areas are undermanaged due to lack of funds and corruption.

    Managing coral reef fisheries

  • Mr. Peltz and his partners traditionally look for businesses that have strong cash flow but have been undermanaged.

    Another Agitator at Marsh & McLennan

  • I believe that stress is the most underemphasized and undermanaged threat to our health and our weight.

    The Fiber35 Diet

  • "Food companies tend to have brands that produce significant cash flow, even when they are neglected or undermanaged or the economy is weak," Mr. Peltz says.

    A Bite at a Time,

  • Still, in an interview, Lucas was generally critical of Fisher's track record, saying "assets have been undermanaged, evidenced by broadcast cash-flow margins that are below industry peers."

    The Seattle Times

  • The stock's been lower than it should be because management overpaid for Burt's Bees and has undermanaged its core brands.


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