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Board room

A room at a brokerage firm where its clients can watch an electronic board displaying stock prices and transactions. Also refers to the room where Board of Directors meetings take place.

Board Room

1. The room where the board of directors for any organization meets.

2. A room in a brokerage where clients and brokers can watch an electronic ticker where security prices are updated on a constant basis. See also: The Big Board.

board room

1. A room or section of a room in a brokerage office in which security prices are displayed.
2. The room in which a firm's board of directors meets.
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7, visitors to Alaska's Seattle, Portland and Los Angeles board Rooms will also enjoy expanded hours.
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Caroline Boren, the airline managing director of loyalty marketing and customer advocacy, said, 'We listened to our members who requested longer hours at our lounge in Anchorage and on the weekends at our other Board Rooms. These new hours will offer night-time and weekend travellers even greater access to a place where they can relax and enjoy our personal service.'
Day passes for the board rooms cost USD45 and one year memberships start from USD295, depending on the mileage plans and elite-tier status and first time membership includes a USD100 initiation fee which is waived for Gold members and discounted for Mileage Plan MNPs.
But a good board room is an oasis of calm, at least of the conceptual variety.
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"I have done bits around the lounges and board room which were needed and as I am a joiner it wasn't too much work.
and Simmons First National Bank in Pine Bluff by having the board room named for him.
In such a case, the rest of us in medicine are no better off having physician executives in the board room than we are without them.
Influential board room members don't want to sack Clark but they are unhappy with the performance of his back room team.
Good judgment relies on the brain's unobtrusive records of prior events in uncertain situations, from the poker table to the board room, contend Antonio R.