Buy-In Management Buy-Out

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Buy-In Management Buy-Out

Also called a BIMBO. A situation in which both the current managers of a company and one or more outside investors collectively purchase a controlling interest in the company. A BIMBO is thought to give the new owners both the experience of the current management and new ideas from the outside investors.
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I was very alarmed and appalled because the message is disturbing," says Machoian, who adds that bimbo is a derogatory term for women.
Players aim to create "the coolest, richest and most famous bimbo in the world".
They are also given missions, including securing plastic surgery for their bimbo and finding her a billionaire boyfriend.
Lopez determined that she would need to have a therapeutic abortion so that she could return to Bimbos to earn money so she could feed her two other small children.
On the film lots, they were known as "body immaculate, brains optional", but the shortened version - BIMBO - became a byword for dumb blondes.
Jenny refuses to point out current Middle Aged Bimbos 'because they might sue'.
Calling blondes bimbos is obviously a stupid male perception.
In a roundabout way, bimbo - which really was intended as an insult - empowered me to find my new name, which is simply delicious.
Registration on theMiss Bimbo site is free but it makes money by charging pounds 1.
Most viewers don't want hard-faced females with their morning cuppa, but she certainly hasn't earned PS10million for being a bimbo.
Creators of Miss Bimbo, which has 200,000 UK players, call it "harmless".