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a charge added at a restaurant for every bottle of wine served that was not bought on the premises

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BYO Wireless now allows customers the freedom to use either GSM or CDMA phones with coverage on the nation's largest networks.
This is a BYO mustache event, and runners can win raffle tickets for crossing the finish line, mustaches intact.
TALENTED artists are being given the chance to showcase their works at a BYO (bring your own) Art Day at the Tate.
BYO - some venues allow you to provide your own drinks.
On Thursday, Ron Pote of BYO Solutions and the New York Canadian Division, presented a day-long seminar on QBQ
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NASDAQ:CTXS) today announced the results of the Citrix Bring-Your-Own (BYO) Index revealing that 92 percent of IT organizations are aware that employees are using their own devices in the workplace and 94 percent intend to have a formal BYO policy in place by mid-2013, up from 44 percent today.
It claimed employers think it is just a preference and is likely to increase workload on the IT team assuming staff will contact the help desk when they have problems with their BYO device or app but employees say the reason they want to use mobile devices and apps is because it lets them be more productive and they are more likely to trouble shoot problems themselves.
This is a BYO event - no alcohol or drinks will be available to buy on the premises, but feel free to bring a bottle of wine.
BYO Network has announced the beta launch of BYOCHANNEL.
The BYO technology allows users to create their own holidays by combining flights and hotels.
The report covers the following business types: licensed cafes, BYO cafes, licensed and BYO cafes and unlicensed cafes.
Many businesses will expand beyond smartphones and tablets and embrace BYO for personal computers.