buy out

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
to purchase the ownership of a company
to purchase the entire stock or extent of something
buy the ownership or a decisive share of something

The company was bought out by another large company in the textile industry.

pay in return for forfeiting rights, buy the legal rights
If you buy someone out, you buy their share of something such as a company or piece of property that you previously owned together. The bank had to pay to buy out most of the 200 former partners He bought his brother out for $17 million. see also buyout
The purchase of an insurance policy for a pension scheme member in lieu of benefits from the scheme following the termination of pensionable service
Make full payment on an installment contract before the end of the contract period
To subcontract for a service that is closely related to the business of the organization Also called farm out Work that is bought out or farmed out is sometimes called outwork or referred to as being out of house
take over ownership of; of corporations and companies
buy someone out
To close someone's contract by paying him or her a sum of money, the terms of which are often stated in the contract itself
buy someone out
To purchase someone's property (particularly real estate) or someone's share of a property, partnership, company, etc
buyout
The acquisition of a controlling interest in a business or corporation by outright purchase or by purchase of a majority of issued shares of stock
leveraged buy-out
Alternative spelling of leveraged buyout
buy-out
The purchase of leased equipment by the lessee during the term of the lease
buy-out
The purchase of leased equipment by the lessee during the term or upon expiry of the lease
buy-out
A flat fee paid to a performer for a booking for a specified amount of time For example, a model may be paid for doing a billboard The payment will include usage of the billboard with the model's image for a year's time A buy-out is paying up front for future usage of an ad, commercial, etc
buy-out
The transfer of all reproduction rights to a photograph or image, including copyrights This is in contrast to licensing a photograph or image
buy-out
When a client arranges a one-time payment or flat fee for a commercial instead of paying residuals for the job This means that you will not get paid every time the commercial plays - the fee should be quite substantial
buy-out
License to reproduce an picture usually in advertising which may be without limitation in some aspect, eg number of insertions, screenings, but still capable of limitation in others eg by territory, time, medium etc See RIGHTS
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The purchase of a company or a controlling interest of a corporation's shares A leveraged buyout is accomplished with borrowed money
buyout
Purchase of a controlling interest (or percent of shares) of a company's stock A leveraged buy out is effected with borrowed money
buyout
A buyout is the buying of a company, especially by its managers or employees. It is thought that a management buyout is one option. see also MBO. a situation in which someone gains control of a company by buying all or most of its shares
buyout
The amount plus applicable taxes at the expiry of the lease in which the lessee pays to own the equipment i e A $10 00 buyout This is negotiated at commencement of the lease
buyout
The purchase of a controlling interest of a company's ownership by an outside investor (more specifically called a "leveraged buyout") or by the company's management team (called a "management buyout") using a combination of debt and equity, with the intent to buy all of the company's assets
buyout
A party that purchases a controlling percentage of a corporation's stock, through negotiation or a tender offer, to take over the corporation's assets and operations
buyout
The purchase of credit by an employer under an Early Retirement Incentive Plan
buyout
Lessee will pay off the lease early, exercise the purchase option and take title to the equipment
buyout
{i} instance in which one company purchases a controlling interest in another company (Finance)
buyout
Buying stocks of a company that give the buyer the controlling interest A leveraged buyout uses borrowed money
buyout
Funds provided to enable operating management to acquire a product line or business, which may be at any stage of development, from either a public or private company
buyout
A purchase of a controlling interest (more than 50%) of your company's ownership by an outside investor (Leveraged Buyout, or LBO) or a management team (Management Buyout, or MBO) in exchange for cash and debt with intent to acquire your company's assets and operations Buyouts can either be hostile or friendly Also known as an Acquisition or Takeover
buyout
acquisition of a company by purchasing a controlling percentage of its stock
buyout
Purchase of at least a controlling percentage of a company's stock in order to take over the company's assets and operations A buyout can be accomplished through negotiation or through a tender offer A leveraged buyout occurs when a small group borrows the money to finance the purchase of the shares The loan is ultimately repaid out of cash generated from the acquired company's operations or from the sale of its assets
buyout
Also known as Voluntary Separation Incentive, the buyout allowed NASA to pay up to $25,000 as a bonus to employees who resigned or retired during set periods in FY 1994 and FY 1995 The two buyouts spurred over 2500 voluntary separations
buyout
can mean the purchase of a company, as in "leveraged buyout" or "management buyout", but is also used to refer to paying workers a sum of money to leave when a company is in trouble (known as redundancy in the UK)
leveraged buy out
A takeover financed to a large degree by debt that is secured, serviced and repaid through the cash flow and assets of the acquired company Typically, an LBO is financed predominantly by bank debt and low quality bonds, and to a minimum degree by equity Its extreme leverage makes an LBO dependent upon a stable economy and stable interest rates, as well as a stable cash flow from the acquired company for its success
leveraged buy out
A transaction used for taking a public corporation private, financed through the use of debt funds such as bank loans and bonds Because of the large amount of debt relative to equity in the new corporation, the bonds are typically rated below investment grade, properly referred to as high-yield or junk bonds Investors can participate in an LBO through either the purchase of the debt or the purchase of equity through an LBO fund that specializes in such investments
leveraged buy out
Acquisition of a controlling INTEREST in a company in a transaction financed by the issuance of DEBT instruments by the acquired entity
leveraged buy out
buying with a large amount of foreign capital
buy out

    التركية النطق

    bay aut

    النطق

    /ˈbī ˈout/ /ˈbaɪ ˈaʊt/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'bI ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English byen, from Old English bycgan; akin to Gothic bugjan to buy.

    كلمة اليوم

    rara avis
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