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Fat Cat

Informal; a wealthy person. The term is derogatory and connotes a person who flaunts his/her wealth ostentatiously and/or does not work to earn it.
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The answers by 650 students at 19 high schools throughout Los Angeles serve as a primer for fat-cat bureaucrats and downtown's disconnected dilettantes of power.
THE Metropolitan Transportation Authority has been burrowing itself into bankruptcy by building an extravagantly expensive subway that mostly benefits fat-cat contractors who have too-cozy ties with MTA board members.
This year, angry voters are doing something about the big money and the corruption in California politics that allow tobacco companies to weaken our anti-smoking laws, oil companies to gouge us at the pump and politicians to spend more time at fat-cat fund-raisers than doing the job we pay them for.
No wonder other '96 Republicans seethe over Forbes' fat-cat assault.
As far as the people in higher management (the Suits, Fat-Cats, BeanCounters, etc.
Board fat-cats will also be reviewed every three years to see if a clear-out of top brass is needed.
These corporate fat-cats need to understand how their reckless business decisions are affecting our families and communities here in Ohio," said USW District 1 Director David McCall.