moneymaking


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The implication was that the work inside the gallery would target the art world as complicit in necessarily exploitative moneymaking activity.
Croteau says the plan for the future is to spread donations out more smoothly over the four or five years between the moneymaking conferences.
Spammers are using the Pope's passing to entice the faithful worldwide into a bogus moneymaking scheme by luring them with an offer of free books about the pontiff, a British-based computer security expert warned yesterday.
He tries to take a pretty girl to the dance, plans to get his Hispanic pal elected school president and puts up with his Eighties-throwback uncle's moneymaking scams.
Schaible said, "You'll want to bring plenty of business cards, because many of the folks you meet are bound to become buddies, mentors, friends and perhaps even partners in moneymaking projects you wouldn't have dreamed of before your two days in Orlando."
Two embarrassing incidents of embezzlement, stubbornly keeping his cable network on the low-budget, moneymaking tip despite continuing criticism of its programming, the uproar over his firing Tavis Smiley all form the underside of Johnson and BET's story.
Jim Carrey tops the list in a poll of the Top Ten MoneyMaking Stars of 2003 in an annual survey of cinema operators in the US.
As Ben (Robert Lindsay) becomes more exasperated and claustrophobic, Susan (Zoe Wanamaker) comes up with some ingenious ways of passing the time, while Nick (Kris Marshall) discovers a moneymaking ruse.
In her interview, Leah Goldman told our writer, "Charging departments for access enables us to recoup our costs." We understood this as a moneymaking (as opposed to solely a cost-generating) proposition--but that shouldn't imply it was a profit-making one.
His latest little moneymaking scheme is to open up to the public the bedroom in which Diana and her then husband, the Prince of Wales, used when they came to stay at Althrop.
He said yesterday, "Whenever a major public service is subject to competition it is the prime moneymaking services which are creamed off by the private sector, leaving lossmaking, socially desirable services struggling to survive.