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In 2014, the firm agreed to pay more than $350 million to settle claims that it had given illegal kickbacks to doctors in exchange for patient referrals.
These stores used their scale to leverage kickbacks and discounts from suppliers and deployed “loss leaders” — popular items with deeply slashed prices — both to ruin competitors and entice customers into the store.
Novartis recently settled for $678 million a fraud lawsuit in which it was accused of paying kickbacks to physicians to prescribe its drugs.
Shannon says in this scenario, the influencer’s payment is often a kickback of the percentage of mattresses sold with their discount code.
Businesses that don’t consider their budget when crafting a marketing plan may find themselves in over their heads, spending too much on unnecessary things without getting the necessary kickback.
The nerves of Average Jones gave a sharp "kickback," like a mis-cranked motor-car.
AVERAGE JONESSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
The "kickback" would have certainly killed or wounded us both.
THE RED WATCHJ. A. CURRIE
I want to set down what happened in case there's ever a kickback although I don't think there ever will be.
THE BEASTS IN THE VOIDPAUL W. FAIRMAN

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