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due diligence

Research; analysis; your homework. This term has caught on in all industries, because it sounds so "wired." Who would want to do analysis or research when they can do due diligence. See wired.
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Due dilligence is being rushed through in order to free up cash for Moyes before the August 31 transfer deadline.
As long as they're permitted due dilligence, then we have good reason to believe that if either company is permitted to bid, then we think Springs will back out," said Bruce Raynor, president of UNITE, stressing that Springs does not have the interest of workers at heart.
59 billion, collapsed during due dilligence and the demerger proceeded.
In the first phase of Semen Gresik's privatization, Placefields Investment NV --which is 100% owned by Cemex CA de CV-- was finally declared as the best bidder by the Office of the Minister of State for the Empowerment of State Enterprises following the completion early in May 1998 of the due dilligence process.
Make sure he has done his homework and due dilligence on anything he might be trying to get you to invest in.
Since November, as a result of due dilligence, the Los Cumani and Selwyn royalties have been excluded from the portfolio and the purchase price has been decreased to US$1,230,000 to reflect these changes.
As the co-op figures out its future, due dilligence is important, as said by Arleen Boyd, Beartooth board member and representative on the Southern board.
Rally is focused on advising, assessing the operations and conducting analysis and due dilligence of troubled companies and working closely with its advisors to determine the best available remedies.
The governing body has been criticised for failing to carry out due dilligence on Craig Whyte before he bought the Ibrox outfit.