n.— «The stock, after initially rebounding under Pressler from $10 a share to $25, has since drifted back down to $18. Same-store sales have declined for 18 of the past 21 months. By summer 2005, Pressler was referred to as “DMW,” or “dead man walking,” in the private-equity community.» —“Is GAP’s CEO a DMW?” by Julia Boorstin in New York City Fortune Apr. 7, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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