Brokerage



Also, brokering. the business of a broker.
the commission of a broker.
Contemporary Examples

The Making of Madoff Jerry Oppenheimer July 31, 2009
Worse Than Enron? Nomi Prins November 30, 2009
Bipartisanship! Republicans and Democrats Both Want to Keep Allen Stanford’s Money Aram Roston March 6, 2012
A Recession Is Just What Teens Need Zac Bissonnette December 2, 2008
Sources: Madoff Indictments Imminent Lucinda Franks August 16, 2009

Historical Examples

Twenty Years a Detective in the Wickedest City in the World Clifton R. Wooldridge
The Alien Invasion William Henry Wilkins
The Financier Theodore Dreiser
The Deluge David Graham Phillips
The Bradys Beyond Their Depth Anonymous

noun
commission charged by a broker to his principals
a broker’s business or office
n.

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