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payoff

(Payment in full), noun discharge, pay-out, sattsfaction in full, settlement

payoff

(Result), noun closure, conclusion, determination, end, finale, finish
See also: effect
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Payoff has raised more than USD 600m in combined equity and debt capital since inception.
I sit on the audit committee and, when Labour are finally forced to bring this information into the sunlight, I will be sure to let my residents know how much this payoff has cost them.
The net present value and payoff time of the additional investment in 1200 mm diameter cans assuming an operating time of 10 years can be seen in Table 3 on the previous page.
If the homeowner does not default, his payoff is A.
In particular, the intensity of shading applied by the DMs will be endogenously determined by the relative payoffs received, which allows to account for different scenarios, where relative payoff differentials among DMs determine the outcome of the project.
Tanya Thomas, Customer Success Advocate at Payoff proclaimed, “I joined Team Payoff because I wanted to believe that there really were companies out there that genuinely care about their employees, and their customers.
An alternative defense of random selection of one decision for payoff- or indeed any of the other common payoff mechanisms - is the isolation hypothesis in which it is held that subjects make each risky decision in isolation from the other decisions in an experiment.
The payoffs raise fresh fears over hidden Olympic waste beginning to emerge.
Asked why he did not know some payoffs had gone beyond what was contractually needed, Lord Patten appeared to suggest former director-general Mark Thompson should be called to give evidence.
But they added that the BBC had asked them to take a wider look at their payoff policy.
September's payoff reading exceeded the 12-month average of 42.
Utility functions for inequality aversion models are increasing with an agent's own material payoff but decreasing with the absolute (value of the) difference between her/his own payoff and others' material payoffs.