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HLT

Highly Leveraged Transaction

A loan to a company or other institution that already has a high amount of debt. A highly leveraged transaction carries a great deal of risk and may increase the likelihood of bankruptcy. A highly leveraged transaction tends to command a large interest rate from the borrower.
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As outlined by Krumboltz (2009), HLT is based on four fundamental propositions; the first is that "the goal of career counseling is to help clients learn to take actions to achieve more satisfying career and personal lives--not to make a single career decision" (p.
This is an incredible opportunity and a very inspiring time to join HLT," said Bassett.
Any maker of home products is invited to license Sunbeam's patented HLT.
By becoming a strategic investor, Bracco AMT can provide support to HLT during a critical development phase while allowing HLT to preserve its entrepreneurial nature and maintain its creative, innovative approach in addressing unmet clinical needs," said Fulvio Renoldi-Bracco, CEO of Bracco AMT.
Remco van Veenendaal, Project Leader for the HLT Agency says, "We look forward to our new infrastructure so that we may better serve our clients and our community.
The study in the first poster was conducted to compare 2 different dosing application regimens of the HLT Patch (twice daily and once daily application) and oral naproxen for the treatment of pain associated with lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow) in a 4-week open-label study that enrolled 52 adult subjects.
The first group of HLT appliances, ranging from alarm clocks, to coffeemakers, to kitchen consoles, will be introduced in early 2001.
Importantly, Thalia will offer HLT networking capability to the entire industry, quickly making smart technology ubiquitous in American homes regardless of brand.
What the consumer really wants to learn about when it comes to any appliance product with HLT is what new and beneficial things will happen because they can talk to each other.
Upon completion of the merger, HLT owns or operates roughly 1,700 hotels containing approximately 290,000 rooms.
However, HLT will be opportunistic with respect to the acquisition of certain hotel assets, particularly those that the company currently manages.
HLT will maintain a significant presence in the upscale, mid-priced and limited-service segments as well as in extended stay and vacation ownership.