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Finder

An intermediary who seeks and discovers a potential deal that can be made. For example, a finder may know that a person or company is seeking to sell a certain asset and may find a potential buyer. A finder is paid for this service, but only if the deal is finalized. See also: Finder's fee.

finder

A person who puts deals together. A finder may locate funds for a corporation seeking capital, bring together firms for a merger, or find a takeover target for a company seeking an acquisition.
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Lost Property owner Som Emadi, right, has lifted the lid on problems faced in the service industry
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He suggested that often lost property is not returned, not out of criminality but because people live such busy lives.
Director General of Nexus Bernard Garner said: "It's been five years since the last Metro lost property auction took place so we've got a real treasure trove of lost property.
Bonner told the Post that lost items are carefully cataloged at the Lost Property Unit, adding that items with identifying data -- such as cellphones, tablets, and wallets -- are checked for information that can used to contact owners.
An average of 369 pieces of lost property were recorded monthly - more than 10 every day.
TfL will use the application to help deal with an anticipated increase in the number of items of lost property that it deals with, with some 220,000 items currently lost every year on the city's busses, Tube trains, Overground Trains, Doocklands Light Railway, taxis and at Victoria Coach Station.
Main Street, person walked into the police station to report lost property.
Staff believe its owner may not realise it is still at the theatre with the lost property.
Scores of bears are turning up at St Pancras' lost property office where staff are trying to reunite them with their owners.
In the first online crime reporting program for communities served by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, Lancaster residents can send digital reports of lost property, theft, harassing telephone calls, vandalism and other nonemergency situations.
The Act defines primary care as the practice of family medicine, general internal medicine, general obstetrics and gynecology, and general pediatrics as well as general dentistry and pedodontics emergency rooms and putting them into the offices of primary care doctors, should more than outweigh any lost property tax revenues.