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Tippee

A person who receives inside information. Unless reported to the authorities, tippees can be held legally liable for illegal inside information, even if the tippee does not use it in trading. This exists to encourage tippees to come forward to eliminate insider trading and increase transparency. See also: Insider trading.

tippee

A person who is given inside information.
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producer of personal cleaning and and among the top five in <BTommee Tippee has been bought out by Shanghai Jahwa of China
First time mum-to-be Victoria McAleer, who is responsible for the company's careline and consumer feedback, said "Talking to other mums is so important too and at tommee tippee we really understand that.
3i have owned the company since 2006, a considerable amount of time for a private equity business, and with Tommee Tippee now considered one of the world's biggest brands within its sector, sources say the time could well be ripe for a sale.
The event is the brainchild of Newcastle creative communications agency O PR, and attracts well-known national and international brands as sponsors including Primula Cheese, Dr Martens, Tommee Tippee and Greggs.
Leading baby brand tommee tippee has teamed up with one of the world's top advertising agencies to develop a new campaign that supports its ambitious growth plans.
Since the show was first launched in 2002 it has gone from strength to strength, and organisers expect more than 26,000 people to flock to Birmingham to get a glimpse of the products being sold by over 200 exhibitors, including leading brands Pampers, Mothercare and Tommee Tippee.
On Saturday, North East-based company Tommee Tippee gave gift packs for the new arrivals in recognition of this health service milestone.
BABYCARE and household products group Mayborn has paid pounds 220,000 to administrative receivers to acquire Cotton Bottoms, a supplier of reusable cotton nappies, which it said would complement its Tommee Tippee babycare brand.
THE group behind Cramlington's Tommee Tippee brand has outlined plans to grow its presence around the world.
An international research and development expert has returned to his North East roots to take up a crucial role at baby essentials brand, tommee tippee.
The steel travel cups have been dubbed "Tommee Tippee cups" by officers at the new Merseyside joint command centre, after the toddler training beakers.
Hunter, of Chiswick, London, was the managing director of baby goods manufacturer Tommee Tippee, based in Cramlington, from 1999 until her arrest in October 2005.