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Buy-In Management Buy-Out

Also called a BIMBO. A situation in which both the current managers of a company and one or more outside investors collectively purchase a controlling interest in the company. A BIMBO is thought to give the new owners both the experience of the current management and new ideas from the outside investors.
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This year, as CEO of Grupo Bimbo, I was invited to be co-president of the B20's Food and Nutritional Security Working Group.
The success of Bimbo, CEMEX, and GRUMA has inspired other Mexican companies to invest in the US market.
Despite the exposure to trade secrets inherent in his role as a senior vice president at Bimbo, Botticella's behavior leading up to his exit likely played a key part in both the district court's decision to issue an injunction against him and the appeals court's decision to uphold it.
The bad news, say specialists who follow the development of girls and teens, is that they are still, well - bimbos.
The bimbos have bunny-girl ears, a "Posh" pout, a blank expression and pneumatic breasts.
Bill Hibberd, spokesman for parents' rights group Parentkind, said: "The danger is that a nine-year-old fails to appreciate the irony and sees the bimbo as a cool role model.
Bimbo has taken care to cater to these, which will stand it in particularly good stead when the Hispanic-American population, which currently accounts for about 10 percent of the U.
In a roundabout way, bimbo - which really was intended as an insult - empowered me to find my new name, which is simply delicious.
With a significant reliance on both the mature US bread market and on its domestic Mexican bakery market, Mexico-based Grupo Bimbo SAB de CV could struggle to find areas in which to grow.
Most viewers don't want hard-faced females with their morning cuppa, but she certainly hasn't earned PS10million for being a bimbo.
In 2011, Bimbo purchased Fargo in Argentina and Sara Lee operations in the United States and Spain and Portugal, consolidating its position as a leading bakery on the international stage.
Washington, June 2 ( ANI ): Adam Levine has revealed in an interview that he may have been a bimbo in the past.