A company name prefix or the whole word invented specially for Silicon Valley startups.
I love using ZenPayRoll And ZenBox. I just feel so at peace when using their product.
The sum under 1 billion reffering to the Forbes billionaires.
I'm not a billionaire anymore. I'm a nine-hundred-and-eighty-sixionaire, which isn't even a thing. If you round down, I have zero billion.
A method of stimulating growth while keeping interest rates close to zero.
Under ZIRP, the central bank maintains a 0% nominal interest rate.
An eye or head movement to stare at the phone screen.
Jason: Hey do you see that guy sitting over there? That's my dad. Why is he taking the bus right now? Tim: Sorry say that again. I wasn't listening.
A company that tends to shed all of its brainpower but continues its operation for many years.
All of the engineering talent has left the company. What's left is a zombie startup that should continue to operate, but nobody's ever going to make money there.
Running off the portfolio of insurance liabilities, but not issuing new policies, until the final policy matures, which may be many years into the future.
In some cases, zombie funds will at some point merge with other life insurance funds, or be transferred to another company, in order to achieve economies of scale.