deep pockets


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deep pockets

noun abounding wealth, abundance, abundant wealth, bounteous wealth, bountiful material wealth, riches, source of sufficient funds, substantial assets, substantial support, substantial wealth, wealth, wealthy, well-off, well-provided, well-situated, well-stocked
Associated concepts: insurance, predatory pricing
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Backed by Bain's deep pockets, Ampad acquired three other companies in the field during the following three years.
This is logical: they already have close relationships with the service operators; they have the very deep pockets needed to succeed in this field; and they have always offered some services relating to their own equipment installation and maintenance.
5 million to support the Center Without Walls research program seemed relatively easy, with all the deep pockets in the Century Plaza ballroom.
The church) is not an employer with deep pockets," noted Ms.
Deep pockets and strong real estate and finance backgrounds are among their selling points for a team that would need to construct a ballpark after likely starting in 2004 at RFK Stadium, which opened in October 1961.
PROBLEMS--Difficulty in consistently producing high density large molds with single or multiple deep pockets without breakage or soft protrusions.
I'm looking for a capital partner with deep pockets to expand both operations and our capabilities, increase net capital, and acquire other businesses such as brokerages.
The Cabot Market Letter does not command the capital to do the kind of marketing similar to his competitors with deep pockets.
In practical terms this means that, even with no evidence of culpability, a company's independent auditors are almost certain to be named in any action filed against that company alleging financial fraud for no reason other than the auditors' perceived deep pockets or because they are the only potential defendant that is still solvent.
The charter school movement faces a difficult fight, up against the deep pockets of developers who would support the bond, said political strategist Arnold Steinberg.
In addition, deep pockets in the corebox must have a sufficient draft angle to prevent high friction between the core and corebox during removal, which could cause a core to break.