They work for blue-chip corporations, such as Goldman Sachs and Microsoft.
So $1,000 invested in any of these hot, blue-chip, name-brand IPOs would have been worth nothing a few years later.
The organization Fix the Debt has enlisted dozens of CEOs of blue-chip companies to push for a deal.
We pulled together a blue-chip panel of financial historians who nominated and ranked their choices.
“Ordinarily a plea bargain has a five year cap,” said Rick Simmons, a blue-chip defense attorney with no involvement in the case.
Here are some of the blue-chip companies now run by women: Pepsi, Kraft, Yahoo!
In between his government stints, he practiced in the blue-chip firm of Hogan Hartson.
The blue-chip recruits that routinely came to the school will no longer matriculate.
The company was a blue-chip mining operation working the beryllium-rich asteroid belt out of San Francisco.
also blue-chip, in reference to the high-value poker counter, from 1904 in the figurative sense of "valuable;" stock exchange sense, in reference to "shares considered a reliable investment," is first recorded 1929; especially of stocks that saw spectacular rises in value in the four years or so before the Wall Street crash of that year.
Of the best sort; first-rate: a blue-chip stock/ a blue-chip school (1920s+)
[fr the color of the highest denomination of gambling chip]