Stephen Hester, brought in to replace Sir Fred Goodwin at the helm of RBS, suggested that commercial decisions, rather than a kind-hearted attitude to customers, will rule the day.
What does RTD stand for?
RTD stands for Rule the Day
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 147 other meanings of RTD in our Acronym Attic
- Robert the Doll (Florida ghost tour and museum piece)
- Roll the Die
- Roll to Dodge (gaming)
- Rome Transit Department
- Röntgen Technischer Dienst GmbH (German)
- Rotation Tour Date (USMC)
- Round Table Deutschland
- Round-Trip Delay
- Rubber Tired Dozer
- Rule the Dark
- Russell T Davies (TV writer)
- Russell's Theory of Descriptions
- Research, Technological Development and Demonstration
- Research Testing Development and Evaluation
- Resonant-Tunneling Diode Photo-Detector (photonics)
- Real-Time Data Access
- real-time data analysis
- Real-Time Data Assimilation
- Reality Therapy Discipline Approach
- Residential Training for Disabled Adults (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
This may have the effect of helping developers and consumers avoid protracted and costly litigation and foster a balanced, equitable market where compromise and conciliation rule the day.
A Flamethrower, by contrast, is someone who declines to stand silently while past mistakes are repeated or unintended results are allowed to rule the day.
Many participants refused to let the rider, and the press interest it generated, rule the day.
Trepidation seems to rule the day ahead of tomorrow's interest-rate decision from the Federal Open Market Committee as well as the President's State of the Union Address.
LVMH has succeeded – so far – in turning this on its head, but common sense will, we must hope, rule the day once the tug of war between the legal teams is over.
The film delivers powerful images of a country mired in chaos, where explosions, gunfire, power outages and unrest rule the day, leading to a national despondency that understandably fails to rise above the endemic suffering and daily death.
Regulatory issues are driving huge record retention demand today -- but it is only a fraction of the explosive needs of a marketplace where corporate governance will rule the day," said Steve Duplessie, founder and senior analyst at The Enterprise Strategy Group, Inc.