Fat Cat


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Fat Cat

Informal; a wealthy person. The term is derogatory and connotes a person who flaunts his/her wealth ostentatiously and/or does not work to earn it.
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The Fat Cat, 165 High Street, Solihull (0121 704 9136)
He added: "There is still a chance that new investment could be found but at the moment the administrators are looking for a new buyer for the group." Llandudno councillor Margaret Lyon, whose family own a sports shop business in the same street as The Fat Cat, was shocked to hear the news.
After reading these figures from my end of the telescope, it appears that fat cat salaries have been excluded from the radar.
Yet NHS fat cats are making fools out of all of us by pocketing whacking salaries yet failing to deliver a health service fit for the 21st Century.
Bangor had never seen anything quite like the Fat Cat before - the bar served food throughout the day, was furnished with distressed wood panelling cannibalised from closed churches or schools, and crucially its laid-back approach proved a massive hit with women.
TOP executives will have earned more money by mid-morning yesterday than the average worker does in a year, making it "fat cat Wednesday", according to a new report.
Having taken over as the head chef at Fat Cat, Wrexham recently, 2010 promises to be an exciting year with their new spring and summer menus as well as Valentines Day special menu.
Mr O'Brien would appear to have been very quite on this subject but I know Mr Ainsworth wrote in the Telegraph last weekend that people thinking he is a 'fat cat' are a million miles from the truth because he doesn't have 'a moat'.
As a socialist I believe in nationalisation, but not just to bail out fat cat bankers and stock market sharks and spivs.
AS someone who will soon be a pensioner, I am disgusted that the Scottish and Westminster Parliaments do nothing to stop fat cat bosses from increasing power charges.
Fat Cat revolt: Pharmaceuticals firm GlaxoSmithKline suffered an unprecedented defeat at its annual general meeting when 50.72pc of shareholders voted against a multi-million pound pay and rewards package for executives.
Leave fat cat pay deals to shareholders, says Digby Jones Business chief Digby Jones today gives his backing to action by shareholders to tackle socalled 'fat cat' pay - rather than new laws.