LBO

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AcronymDefinition
LBOLeveraged Buy Out
LBOLanka Business Online (Sri Lanka)
LBOLarge Bowel Obstruction
LBOLong Beach Opera (Long Beach, CA)
LBOLine Build Out
LBOLogical Backup Object
LBOCompiled Label
LBOLight Blue Optics (various locations)
LBOLegislative Budget Office
LBOLocal Break Out (telecommunications)
LBOLine Build-Out
LBOLeft Business Observer
LBOLithium Triborate
LBOLicensed Betting Office (UK)
LBOLast Best Offer (collective bargaining)
LBOLadies Bowling Organization of Japan
LBOLife Blown Open (band)
LBOLean Blow Out (emission modeling)
LBOLight Board Operator (theatre)
LBOLying by Omission
LBOLast Buy Order
LBOLow Blow Out
LBOLaunch Base Operations
LBOLinear Back-Off
LBOLine of Business Owner
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Tat friendship began after many years' reading of his monthly Left Business Observer (LBO), familiar to many MR readers.
Doug Henwood of the Left Business Observer characterized the DLC's bizarre notion of tough-minded pragmatism, as embodied in President Piggly Wiggly, most succinctly: "Alternate weakly progressive rhetoric with weakly reactionary rhetoric - the don't-ask-don't-tell idiocy on same-sexers in the military on the one hand, the revolting Quayle-like family values crap on the other - and do little of substance.
Doug Henwood, editor of Left Business Observer, is the author of Wall Street (Verso) and the forthcoming A New Economy?
Doug Henwood, editor of Left Business Observer, is the author of Wall Street: How It Works and for Whom (Verso), just out in paperback.
Paragraph] His plan to boost the taxes paid by relatively well-off Social Security recipients "looks like the next step in a plan to chip away at Social Security from the top and turn it into a means-tested welfare program," as Doug Henwood pointed out in Left Business Observer.
As Doug Henwood, of the excellent Left Business Observer, points out, the real game is to free up for Wall Street the money now being lodged in government accounts.
Doug Henwood of Left Business Observer issues an urgent plea this month.