Takeout


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Takeout

A financing to refinance or take out another loan.

Takeout

1. Informal; to borrow.

2. Extra cash that an investor derives when he/she sells a position and then buys a similar position for a lower price.

3. To make a bid for the entirety of a security that a seller owns.

4. Informal for a merger or acquisition. The term comes from another informal term, "in play," which refers to a company either soliciting offers for a buy-out or vulnerable to a hostile takeover. A takeout means that the company involved as been "taken out of play."
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But in China, takeout boxes do not end up recycled, by and large.
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Kevin Denton, who oversees the cocktail program at Alder, the New York restaurant run by innovative chef Wylie Dufresne, has these suggestions for pre-dinner drinks to get you in the takeout spirit.
Alongside Singapore Takeout, talented chefs from the around the world will be invited to take part in the Global Chef Exchange, a culinary immersion programme where they will be introduced to the local spices, smells and sights of Singapore cooking through workshops and culinary demonstrations by Singapore's top chefs.
In April 2010, IIFCL had been allowed to lend under the takeout financing norms, and under the process a tripartite agreement is required to be signed between IIFCL, Union Bank of India and the borrower, which is the infrastructure development company developing a project.
More recently, curbside takeout, which has become a fast-growing trend at many casual-dining chains, is attracting the attention of other retailers eager to get in on the action, including Whole Foods Market, Publix Super Markets, HoneyBaked Ham; and a growing easy-meal-assembly segment, all competing for the food dollar of time-pressed families.
Takeout meals can be picked up at supermarkets, convenience stores, specialty stores, takeout shops, club stores, farmers' markets, and restaurants.
The most important food-related lifestyle change of the past two decades is probably the increase in consumption of food prepared away from home, whether eaten in restaurants, as takeout, or as home-delivered meals.
The data highlights another, and related, myth surrounding Americans' eating habits -- that takeout food has largely replaced home preparation.
Takeout Express will deliver everything, except alcohol, from any restaurant from downtown to west Little Rock, including fast-food eateries, said co-owner Monica Kabi.
As the number of dual-income families increases and individuals continue to work longer hours or juggle multiple tasks, a National Restaurant Association survey finds that more people are making takeout meals from tableservice restaurants a major part of their dining experience.
Through its acquisition of Takeout Taxi, Food.com is positioning itself to deliver Blockbuster entertainment products along with restaurant meals ordered online from Food.com's 16,000 participating restaurants.