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an offer made by someone who has rejected a prior offer

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Employees' frustration over their salaries could fester into a bigger problem of feeling undervalued and unappreciated, which more money via a counteroffer won't be able to remedy.
We're trying to do the best we can to make this happen," Eugene School Board Chairman Jim Torrey said of the counteroffer.
45) Section 2-207, however, assumes that the appearance of an additional or different term in a response to an offer should not necessarily be understood to manifest an offeree's intention to make a counteroffer as classical contract doctrine required.
Now wary of Zeus ethics, Jack accepted the counteroffer.
To analyze this question, we will look at proposals made in the third and fourth round, that is, the first concession made after the first offer and the corresponding counteroffer have been observed (round 3) and the concession made after the concession of the first-mover has been observed (round 4).
The best way to avoid a counteroffer, of course, is to keep key employees happy in the first place.
NNA - Russia proposed to its Western partners at the United Nations Security Council a counteroffer late Wednesday to bring aid to desperate Syrian civilians, diplomats said, AFP reported.
According to the Journal's article on Saturday, a possible counteroffer was also in the works by investor Carl Icahn, who is opposed to the current proposed offer and earlier this month reached an agreement with Dell to examine the company's books.
President Barack Obama made a counteroffer to Republicans on how to avoid the fiscal cliff of tax hikes and spending cuts set to take place at the start of 2013.
The video provider responded to the broadcaster's original offer with a counteroffer.
The singer's reps demanded 17 million dollars for the third season, but the network "surprised her" by not making a counteroffer.
Despite the rising prevalence of counteroffers, only 39 percent of employers say it is at least somewhat common for employees to accept a counteroffer.
Unfortunately, too many dynamics are already in play during a resignation and changing your mind and accepting a counteroffer is very dangerous and statistically not in your favor.