[ US /ˈɹɔθsˌtʃaɪɫd/ ]
  1. any of family of powerful Jewish bankers in Europe
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  • Plastic has been all over the news over the past years, from David de Rothschild building a catamaran partially made from reclaimed post-consumer plastic bottles called the Plastiki in 2010 to the most recent, Cola Wars escalated to Bottle Wars as Coke launched their "Plant Bottle," a plastic bottle made 30% from renewable materials, only to be one-upped by Pepsi's 100% renewable bottle to debut in 2012. Adam Lowry: Post-Consumer Recycled Plastic (PCR) Is the Answer
  • Exbury's new-look tea room and restaurant will be called Mr Eddy's, after Edmund de Rothschild, head of the Exbury branch of the Rothschild family.
  • The wine offered was the 1982 Château Mouton Rothschild, retailing at £1,000 a bottle and generally regarded as one of the great clarets of the 20th century.
  • But he nevertheless insisted on seeing Rothschild's first - half audited accounts before signing the deal.
  • The transaction would also be tax-free, according to Barbara Goodstein, an analyst with Rothschild Inc.
  • As if to underscore his allegiances, McCain preceded his trip to pay court to Lord Rothschild with a visit to Israel, the Middle East state that counts the Rothschild family as among its chief patrons, to the point that an earlier Rothschild, Edmond, of the Paris-based arm of the banking family, is honored on Israel's currency today. Don't Bail Out the International Bankers
  • Society double A-lister, Kate Goldsmith—a Rothschild by birth married to supersmart entrepreneur Ben Goldsmith—is carrying the banner in London society.
  • Matt Rothschild's astonishing expose of the FBI's decision to "deputize" 23,000 representatives of private industry reflects a frightening alignment of authoritarian forces, as well as another apparently deliberate flouting of constitutional norms. Charlie Cray: The Pirates of Privatization
  • Dani Rothschild, issued a decree on June 9 which was aimed at encouraging investment.
  • Rothschild had offered a thousand pounds for a "bongo," a huge grass-eating animal, which no white man had ever seen; and he had taken The Metropolis
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