A still from Toy |Soldiers: War Chest
- Hall of Fame Edtion and the box cover, right
THANK HOD FOR THAT: Glenn Hoddle has been handed a summer war chest
He said: "The crucial point about the refinancing is that we now have a renewed war chest
for further expansion.
The centre has been given a R35m war chest
, most of which is being spent on top-level information technology and recruiting a staff of 35 highly-skilled personnel.
Microsoft's operating system and applications monopolies are the company's cash cows and give it a war chest
that has no serious competitor: The company has billions in cash reserves--and Redmond recently reported a profit while the rest of the industry was reeling.
They are also raising money for a legal war chest
should the Bennett plant be given ministry approval without the benefit of extensive and wide-ranging public hearings.
The company is on-plan to become a "drinks focused" company, and the sale will bolster its war chest
for future acquisitions in the beverage sector.
Helms's dwindling reelection war chest
has many speculating that this term may be his last.
Local man runs for Congress on his own dime, relying on neither a war chest
nor wealthy contributors.
Cash functions as a lubricant to operate efficiently and, in some instances, as a war chest
for maximum acquisition flexibility.
Research by the Liberal Democrats shows that Mr Brown now has a massive pounds 35billion in his war chest
For example, a direct writer intent on building a war chest
for acquisitions might seek reinsurance to free up capital efficiently, quietly and at little cost by ceding business that has been on its books, Woodring said.