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n. (plural of deal English) vb. (en-third-person singular of: deal)


Deals (previously stylized as DEAL$) was an American chain of discount variety stores owned by Dollar Tree. The chain operated more than 194 stores located in shopping centers, malls (until 2015), and urban areas in 19 states throughout the United States.

Each store stocked a variety of products including national, regional, and private-label brands, and accepted manufacturers' coupons. Departments found in a Deals store included health and beauty, food and snacks, party, seasonal d├ęcor, housewares, glassware, dinnerware, household cleaning supplies, candy, toys, gifts, gift bags and wrap, stationery, craft supplies, teaching supplies, and books. The majority of Deals stores also sold frozen foods and dairy items such as milk, eggs, pizza, ice cream, frozen dinners, and pre-made baked goods.

Usage examples of "deals".

Used primarily to purchase investments and assets that Enron wanted to sell, and to provide cash to off-books entities that were also doing deals with the company.

Andrew Fastow, criticizing him for holding a second job as manager of investment funds that did deals with Enron.

In such deals an institution pools similar loans, and then sells interests in them to outside investors.

His world was one of esoteric deals, derivatives, wealthy bankers with business degrees.

It was ridiculous that competing companies would be forced to treat the same deals differently.

The lucrative deals in Europe and the United States were divvied up to others.

Enron effectively paid the power-plant developers a percentage of their deals, based on estimates of the money they would bring in.

The deals were signed on February 22, 1993, and Baker and Mosbacher soon began examining company projects.

The Cactus deals had been fine but required Enron to wander around, tin cup in hand, scaring up investors.

If they were operators, too, her team could learn firsthand about what was needed on the front end for the deals to work.

Could it be, Martin wondered, that developers put together deals that could be financed rather than projects that could work?

He proved adept at structured deals, and his star soon rose in the division.

They worked deals together, dined together, and-when Kopper finally found a long-term relationship with William Dodson, a finance executive with Continental Airlines-double-dated.

How could a guy put together complex financing deals but not understand basic business?

Fastow needed was information about deals going on at Enron where finance could play a role, where finance could make a profit.