round trip
 n.— «Hille said there are likely to be incentives to keep employees in place, particularly management. These could include warrants to buy stock should the company be restructured and its stock again offered to the public—a “round trip,” in the argot of the buyout world.» —“Buyout firms are big deal makers” by Robert Elder Aust American-Statesman (Texas) Sept. 12, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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