broker : Definition, Usages, News and More

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b roh ker

  • n  a businessman who buys or sells for another in exchange for a commission
  • v  act as a broker
  • s  lacking funds

  • Software start-up Protegent offers a new way for brokerages to quickly spot bungling--and fraud.
  • A Congressional inquiry into online data brokers has raised concerns that federal and local law enforcement may be skirting privacy laws to obtain calling records.
  • In New York Harbor aboard a ferry boat, Harold Donahue and John Cusack, brokers, eyed a man of scholarly mien for a long time.
News & Articles


  • Henry Paulson in Forbes
    It would be premature to jump to the conclusion that all broker-dealers or other potentially important financial firms in our system today should have permanent access,Paulson said. "The Federal Reserve's recent action should be viewed as...
  • Bill Clinton in AFP
    It was a privilege to work with my friend Tony Blair to help end 30 years of sectarian violence and broker a lasting peace in Northern Ireland,said Clinton.
  • Sean McCormack in Reuters
    Rice telephoned Kibaki on Thursday morning and Odinga the previous night, urging them to "broker some political solution to the political crisis," McCormack said.

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