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White knight — may refer to:In vehicles: *HMM 165 is medium helicopter squadron in the United States Marine Corps with the nickname White Knights *Scaled Composites White Knight, the aircraft used to carry and launch Scaled Composites SpaceShipOne *Scaled… … Wikipedia
White Knight — en una prueba de vuelo con el SpaceShipOne. El White Knight es una aeronave usada como lanzadera del SpaceShipOne. Fue desarrollado por Scaled Composites como parte de su programa Tier One y ofrecida posteriormente como avión de pruebas para el… … Wikipedia Español
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white knight — n: a party (as a corporation) invited to take over a corporation and thereby prevent its acquisition by another compare raider Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 … Law dictionary
white knight — white knights N COUNT A white knight is a person or an organization that rescues a company from difficulties such as financial problems or an unwelcome takeover bid. [BUSINESS] ...a white knight bid … English dictionary
white knight — n a person or company that puts money into a business in order to save it from being controlled by another company … Dictionary of contemporary English
white knight — noun count BUSINESS a person or company that invests money in another company in order to prevent it being sold to a larger organization … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
white knight — white′ knight′ n. 1) cvb a hero who comes to the rescue 2) cvb a beleaguered champion who fights for a cause 3) bus inf a company that comes to the rescue of another, as to prevent a takeover • Etymology: 1890–95 … From formal English to slang
white knight — n. [after a character in CARROLL s Through the Looking Glass] a rescuer; specif., a company that prevents a takeover, viewed as unfavorable, of another company by offering better terms for a merger with it … English World dictionary
White knight — A friendly potential acquirer of a firm sought out by a target firm that is threatened by a less welcome suitor. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * white knight ˌwhite ˈknight noun [countable] FINANCE someone who buys shares in a company … Financial and business terms
white knight — A friendly potential acquirer sought out by a target firm that is threatened by a less welcome suitor. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary A company which rescues another which is in financial difficulty, especially one which saves a company from an… … Financial and business terms