tuck-in


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tuck-in

The part of a counterflashing, skirting, or roofing felt that is inserted into a chase or reglet in a wall.
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And, although Advanced Disposal had to pull its IPO, stymieing its deleveraging plans, the company is still likely to pursue additional tuck-ins, similar to 2015.
Hunt prefers smaller tuck-ins to larger acquisitions that can be expensive and risky.
Another departmental vendor Mediware (#75) was extremely active, not only making four small tuck-in acquisitions of its own, but was being itself acquired in a $195-million take-private transaction by private equity investor Thoma Bravo (which, incidentally, also acquired physician practice vendor SRS Software).
Mediware (#72) was also active, with three small tuck-ins that also expanded its markets.
She says telling the kids at book readings and signings that ClaraBelle is most like them because at the end of the day she needs her mommy's kisses and tuck-ins too really drives the point home for the kids.
Fighting words: 'I do individualized lunches, and I do individualized tuck-ins for each kid, so nobody feels gypped
Such tuck-ins include not only exiting advisors, but also younger advisors ill-prepared to assume full responsibility for managing their own firms.
Tuck-ins are advisors who want to go independent but would prefer joining an existing firm over starting a new business on their own.