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Synonyms for wired

equipped with wire or wires especially for electric or telephone service

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tense with excitement and enthusiasm as from a rush of adrenaline

tied or bound with wire

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In today's competitive market, buyers are often unable to spend as much time on due diligence as they might like.
Financial Due Diligence: this process enables the buyer to assess all financial aspects (i.e.
For asset deals, the due diligence can be much easier provided the buyer and seller have clearly articulated which assets are being purchased and which liabilities are being assumed.
He stressed the due diligence is even more essential for the carmaker to clear up other major issues such as wage negotiations and allocating new vehicle models as the company's future growth engines.
For our purposes, due diligence in acquisitions means making certain that all the facts regarding an organization are available and have been measurably verified.
Gallison has previously held a series of leadership positions over nearly seven years at Advisor Group, including most recently as Advisor Group's vice president for Investment Research and Product Due Diligence. In this role, he led development, implementation and execution of all investment research, due diligence and product strategy.
Sir John admitted to this correspondent over the summer he was shocked Ashley forewent the opportunity to perform due diligence when buying the club for PS134million.
The key to effective due diligence is making a list and categorizing each option as critical, ideal or aspirational.
The IVI Freddie Mac SBL report is an abbreviated due diligence report that incorporates aspects of physical due diligence and environmental due diligence and combines them into one streamlined product.
Part 10), requires that all practitioners exercise due diligence when preparing, approving, and filing tax returns or any other paper related to an IRS matter.
The Guide to Online Due Diligence Investigations: The Professional Approach on How to Use Traditional and Social Media Resources for Investigations lives up to its title as a straightforward guidebook to using the Internet to conduct research, particularly with regard to business.
Earlier this year on August 9th KSE (Karachi Stock Exchange) published a notice on their website announcing NBP's (National Bank of Pakistan) intent to conduct due diligence of Burj Bank Limited one of Pakistan's five full-fledged Islamic banks.
Due diligence in the advisory world is like an onion: the more layers you peel back, the more it's likely to stink.
Summary: The concept of due diligence often arises when intellectual property (IP) assets become available for potential acquisition.