The basketball sneaker has a long and lucrative history, especially for the sportsmen who become the brands' ambassadors.
But whatever conflicts he and Weintraub have had have been ironed out for the sake of keeping a lucrative business thriving.
To be sure, the trade-off for adhering to Chinese restrictions is a lucrative market of professionals.
It was the first of many hits, a lucrative side project that earned Noor around $350 per target.
Of course, harnessing the influential power of these stars is lucrative for luxury retailers.
As the business was lucrative, certain deformities were artificially produced.
Foreign trade was lucrative in just the proportion that it was hazardous.
Fines levied on members were also devoted to the Library fund, though this has never been a lucrative source.
The most lucrative undertaking in the Colony is that of a shrine.
Tobin writes me that Thompson has made some lucrative discovery.
early 15c., from Old French lucratif "profitable" and directly from Latin lucrativus "gainful, profitable," from lucratus, past participle of lucrari "to gain," from lucrum "gain, profit" (see lucre). Related: Lucratively; lucrativeness.