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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 Fat Cat Beer Company beers are currently available in four states, including Georgia, Alabama, Florida and Virginia, with expansion plans to California this month and other markets later this year.
Liz Williams celebrates 20 years of the Fat Cat cafe bar chain at the group's Bangor premises Pic: JEFF PITT
Llandudno councillor Margaret Lyon, whose family own a sports shop business in the same street as The Fat Cat, was shocked to hear the news.
The SECU coin sorters feature a FAT CAT theme to highlight the Credit Union's youth program, which encourages saving at an early age; however, sorters are popular with members of all ages and provide a valuable service that translates into big savings for all who utilize the machines.
Signature Dish Fat Cat Stir Fry: A choice of Chicken, Duck, Salmon or Vegetarian all with -Ginger, chilli, garlic, bean sprouts, pak choi, peppers mushrooms and egg noodles in a honey and soy sauce.
COMBINING a small university town in North Wales with a derelict restaurant and two enthusiastic amateur pub landlords, might not seem like the best way to found a hospitality business, but for the Fat Cat it was a marriage made in heaven.
I KNOW I'm always going on about fat cat bosses treating their staff like dirt, so it's nice to see Butlin's managing director Tony Marshall who, having gone back to the shop floor as a Redcoat to see what conditions were like, is getting his finger out to do something about improving them.
It sounds enough to satisfy even the greediest Fat Cat.
Financial education is the focus of SECU's youth programs, comprised of Fat Cat for ages 12 and under, and Zard for teens up to 19 years of age.
THE boss of the Fat Cat bar chain has blamed Wrexham's "cheap booze culture" for the closure of their venue in the town this week.
I'm sure that in the end the truth will come out and fat cat or not Mr Ainsworth should not have made people wait to see his expenses but then again he shouldn't have voted against MPs expenses being released under the Freedom of Information Act, but he did.
WE live in a society where fat cat bosses award themselves millions of pounds in bonuses, yet our prison officers are forced to strike for a living wage.