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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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A "This is actively promoting being a bimbo, it's not promoting a girl becoming successful or getting educated.
We have some ideas for new brands, we want to expand Miss Bimbo with social networks," he said.
Players aim to create "the coolest, richest and most famous bimbo in the world".
They are also given missions, including securing plastic surgery for their bimbo and finding her a billionaire boyfriend.
She had a traditional BIMBO comment about spying and then insisted that it wasn't her responsibility.
It is Plaintiff's belief that by doing so, Bimbos will continue to use its seemingly unending resources to deny Ms.
7 ANITA EKBERG: Never a real bimbo - she was clever and could act with the best of them - but great curves and blonde hair pulled her into the category.
Calling blondes bimbos is obviously a stupid male perception.
In a roundabout way, bimbo - which really was intended as an insult - empowered me to find my new name, which is simply delicious.
The 1995 Bimbo winner is Time Warner Telepictures, the unit which
Creators of Miss Bimbo, which has 200,000 players, call it "harmless".