hair on it
 v. phr.— «TOO HAIRY. Perhaps the biggest potential woe in a WorldCom asset deal: A new owner would still be liable for any fines levied by the government. And a large fine or indictment of senior management or the company as a whole could quickly sink WorldCom’s prospects. That’s what happened at Arthur Andersen, where customers bailed out when the government sued. Says one Bell executive: “WorldCom has too much hair on it right now.”» —“WorldCom: Take My Assets, Please” by Charles Haddad, Heather Timmons BusinessWeek July 23, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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