buyoutnoun

  • ja〔企業の〕買収、〔株の〕買い占め
  • enan act or instance of buying out; a financial incentive offered to an employee in exchange for an early retirement or voluntary resignation

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With Page at the helm as CEO, Google has achieved legendary status in the technological world,
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with its expansions to other industries like mobile cellular devices
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and the buyout of other popular sites like Blogger and, of course, YouTube.
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Do you realize what you're asking for here?
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- You're talking about salary plus health benefits... - And dental this time.
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...insurance, taxes, social security for 3 people.
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This is a heck of a lot more than 60 grand.
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You're talking about a multimillion-dollar buyout.
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These are our demands.
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For years, Aramco was run by a consortium of US oil companies,
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including the predecessors of Chevron, Texaco and Exxon Mobil.
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But following the creation of OPEC,
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Saudi Arabia and several other oil producing countries began nationalizing their natural resources.
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By 1980, the Saudi government had completed its buyout of Aramco’s assets,
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eventually creating the Saudi Arabian Oil Company in 1988.
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According to Netflix' former chief financial officer Barry McCarthy, as part of the failed 2000 Blockbuster-Netflix buyout,
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Reed Hastings proposed that Netflix would run the Blockbuster brand online.
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If that deal had been successful and Hastings had replicated Netflix's innovation for Blockbuster,
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the face of home video would likely still be blue and yellow.
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My back's against the wall, man.
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What's the buyout?
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A hundred million.
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American Airlines is planning a 30% reduction of its management and administrative staff.
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That's roughly 5,000 jobs.
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The company is offering buyouts to these workers as it scrambles to cut costs
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in the wake of the toll that COVID-19 has taken on its business.
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And beginning next month, American will also start offering buyouts and voluntary leave to a different set of employees:
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its pilots and flight attendants.