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Zombie

A publicly-traded company that continues operations despite a merger or bankruptcy. Stocks in zombies are usually low in price because the companies are likely to cease operations (and the stocks will consequently become worthless). However, a few bottom feeders may be interested in a zombie if they believe that it can restructure and become profitable.

zombie

A company that remains in business even though it is technically bankrupt and almost surely headed for the graveyard.
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In addition, there is a genetic barrier to induce the symptoms exhibited in zombification within the genetic code of other viruses; it is scientifically unheard of for 2 viruses to borrow traits or fuse (14).
It is very easy to assume, by looking at other awakenings from zombification in Conde's works, the result will be far from idyllic for the white Christian.
The zombie surfaced on the small island of Haiti early in its independent formation in the nineteenth century and, while the figure originated in West Africa, zombification practices would find expression in discourse associated with compromised subjectivities that resulted from imperialism and slavery.
Edgar Wright's Shaun of the Dead (2004) finds as much humour as menace in its zombies and, in contrast to Boyle's efforts to connect zombification with anxieties about infection and fears of bioterrorism, Wright's film directly aligns zombies with consumption and suburbanization.
De meme que n'etaient pas tolerees grossesses et naissances pour leurs effets flechissants sur la rentabilite du travail servile, de meme les femmes-zombi de l'imaginaire ne doivent-elles pas etre fecondees qui, si cela se produisait, ne seraient en mesure de fournir un travail agricole concentre et applique, tout occupees qu'elles seraient a elever un zombi-enfant pourtant aisement substituable par une << prise >> adulte -- les motifs, les occasions d'une zombification, notamment punitive et penale n'etant pas rares, un coupable/une victime viendrait rapidement grossir le rang des zombi, solution preferable a celle de l'elevage.
Their customers smiled while too many of ours have that familiar 21st-century glaze in their eyes, an odd combination of media zombification and consumption-induced lobotomy.
Any player can choose to build their Sim's skill in alchemy, mixing a variety of potent elixirs that range from love potions to vampiric sunscreen and even zombification brews.
The globalization that pretends to be a system of globalization is also a system of zombification but a zombification of the whole planet.
In her aetiological tale of the invention of death, Mum emphasises the spiritual zombification that afflicts people as a result of greed that has emptied all humanist content in them.
His classifications are then cited and used by Sorcha Ni Fhlainn in "All Dark Inside: Dehumanization and Zombification in Postmodern Cinema"--an essay which examines cultural, biological, and psychological zombies in Full Metal Jacket (1987), Jacob's Ladder (1990), among others.
Haitian zombification has been the subject of folklore and even sensational reporting, but it is not part of the Vodou religion.
2001) Korrectional karaoke: New Labour and the Zombification of Youth Justice.