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(adj. derived from John Thain, former CEO of Merrill Lynch): describing extravagant behavior by the head of a failing organization, e.g. office renovations ordered by a CEO when the company is insolvent or bankrupt; akin to 'fiddling while Rome burns'
He spent $35,000 for a commode? That's positively inthain!
by wellwell February 05, 2009
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