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golden parachute

Translation of golden parachute in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Money could reach into the billions, given the oversized options, bonuses, and golden parachutes granted in recent years.
    • Rumours are spread about CEOs who get golden parachutes and entrepreneurs who leave with pockets stuffed full of cash.
    • But these fired CEOs are walking away with golden parachutes paying them more money for being fired than most Americans earn in a lifetime.

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