Getting Paid

Getting Paid

In investment banking, a slang term for the commissions or other forms of payment made for trading on a client's behalf.
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He said: "We tried to push this a couple years ago but it didn't really work because basically bands are selfish: as soon as a band starts to do well 'forget about the people who aren't getting paid, we're getting paid', and that's all they think about, and on and on it goes.
A win-for-everyone situation; a celebrity getting paid for his or her 30 seconds of attention span, advertisers reaching thousands of people in mere seconds, and middlemen getting paid for closing the deal.
He was more concerned about how much his opponent would be getting paid.
on live football on pub TVs They should be allowed as long as the clubs are getting paid for allowing it to happen.
Is this the same great man that, unknown to the great British public, was getting paid thousands of pounds till 2007 to be the front man on the BBC charity shows Children in Need?
So in these troubled times they find it necessary to walk out over a handful of people who will be getting paid for the next three years for responsibility they no longer have
6 and then forgetting to check, and getting paid out at well below the true odds for the Trifecta, all because I was in a rush as my waffles were about to burn Stepping up in trip Having finished down the field in two Great North Runs (nearly pulled up; then stormed home when set too much to do), I'm running in the London Marathon on April 26 for the MS Society.
Appraisers who refuse to modify a property valuation are in jeopardy of losing clients and/or not getting paid for their work, the survey indicates.
Regarding your December 1 article on the problems the Justice Administrative Commission has paying conflict counsel in criminal and dependency cases, I believe the problem is much larger than conflict counsel not getting paid on time; the very creation of JAC and the negative impact it has had statewide indicates a grotesque snafu in Tallahassee.
And you watch with real admiration performers like James Avery, Russell Andrews and John Toles-Bey, who -- because they are working in a less-than-99-seat house -- are likely getting paid less than the cost of a ticket.
Also very highly recommended is Gary Michael Smith's Writing For Magazines & Trade Journals: Finding Them, Writing For Them, Getting Paid By Them (Chatgris Press, 1930554036, $14.