/ (ˈæmɛks) /
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n acronym for
trademark American Express
American Stock Exchange
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How to use Amex in a sentence
A partnership between Bloomberg and American Express would give Amex cardholders rebates if they used their cards to pay for Bloomberg subscriptions at any time between July and the end of 2020.‘There are so many cool things we could do’: Publisher interest in subscription-driving bundles simmers|Max Willens|August 11, 2020|Digiday
So did Alexander Hamilton, and on a grander scale than your AmEx.Forget the Resolutions; Try a Few Declarations|Kevin Bleyer|January 1, 2015|DAILY BEAST
AmEx is reporting a charge for $153 million to account for money it will have to return to card members.
AmEx announced Thursday that its earnings would be impaired by three major charges.
Lerer knew many of the Time Warner execs from his days under Steve Ross at Warner-Amex.Arianna Huffington's Quiet Partner|Lloyd Grove|February 14, 2011|DAILY BEAST
One thirtysomething forked over his platinum AmEx card for a $1,200 pair of studded Christian Louboutin loafers.Fashion Free for All|The Daily Beast|September 11, 2010|DAILY BEAST