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Bake-Off

A situation in which two or more investment banks compete to attract a client's business. For example, two banks may offer presentations to entice a client to use one (and not the other) as the broker in a merger or acquisition.
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Get a great start to the day with some of these finalist recipes, now available at bakeoff.
Think big taste with some of these finalists' small plates, now available at bakeoff.
The bakeoff is one of two general sessions scheduled to take place at the Intelligent Enterprise Summit on October 5 - 6, 2005 at the Dolce Norwalk Center for Leadership & Innovation in Norwalk, Connecticut.
Moderated by Doug Henschen, Editor, Intelligent Enterprise, the Business Process Bakeoff will take place in the form of a 60-minute panel discussion between Metastorm and another BPM vendor.
Food hosts the official 43rd Pillsbury Bake-Off[R] Contest web site at bakeoff.
The official contest rules are available at bakeoff.
The million dollar recipe and the other finalists' recipes are available on the contest's Web site at bakeoff.
Food will host the official 43rd Pillsbury Bake-Off([R])Contest web site at bakeoff.
We wanted to do something to help, so we thought that with the current craze in home baking made popular by many TV programmes we would ask our customers to take part in bakeoffs to raise money.