Love Money

Love Money

Money from family or friends used for the initial market research and/or operations for a company. Love money is vitally important when a start-up cannot otherwise qualify for financing because without it, a company can hardly come into being, let alone become successful. Love money may be given in exchange for equity, but it is usually a loan, sometimes with no fixed repayment date.
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References in classic literature ?
And indeed I believe there are few favours which he would not have gladly conferred on Mr Jones; for he bore as much gratitude towards him as he could, and was as honest as men who love money better than any other thing in the universe, generally are.
Danglars is a money-lover, and those who love money, you know, think too much of what they risk to be easily induced to fight a duel.
Those ridiculous points would have been smoothed away by the money, for I love money, and want money--want it dreadfully.
Money is great, I love money, it allows a certain amount of freedom and it allows one to travel, it's why I can be sitting here in New Delhi as I write this column.
Buhari does not love money, he was a governor in two states, a former head of state and a minister of petroleum resources, yet he had no oil well.
Mostsay they value love more than money but in practice they don't value love more, as they love money more than love.
The admission that I love money and want more of it almost feels shameful.
MINISTER Michael Ring attends a homecoming celebration in Westport declaring, "I love money and I love spending it", promising much of it for his own Mayo constituency.
Days after a UN clash between India and Pakistan, he ranted: "Why the f***k do #pakistaniartists want work in #f*** face #india, do you love money so much."
WE LOVE MONEY THE MARTIN LEWIS MONEY SHOW (8pm ITV) TODAY is the day now dubbed Black Friday - the date marking the beginning of the Christmas shopping season.
As it says in the New Testament "the love of money is the root of all evil" and boy, oh, boy football does love money - it is the game's God.
Other schools would love money based on capacity, not pupil numbers."