imburse

imburse

(ɪmˈbɜːs)
vb
to pay
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Compensation If a company must restate its financial reports due to misconduct, the CEOs and CFOs must re- imburse the company for any bonuses, other incentive-based compensation, and profits from selling the company's securities that were received during the twelve-month period after the first publication of the financial documents that had to be restated.
The provision was part of a strategy by former commissioner Eleanor "Ellie" Dumdi and fellow plaintiff Ed Anderson to compel the targeted officials to personally re imburse the county for the salaries of part-time commissioners' assistants authorized in the supplemental budget.
Both parties acknowledge that Ward did not return the Akos' $2,500 security deposit or re imburse the family for the improvements to the house.
State regulators plan to ask a judge to fine and jail a Eugene restaurateur who they say has repeatedly stiffed employees and refused to comply with court orders to re imburse the state fund that stepped in to pay the workers.
The Reserve takes care of all tu- ition and expenses and directly re- imburses the college to help recruit labor.