Some articles on owed:

Ritz Camera Centers - Ritz Interactive
... top unsecured trade creditors include American Express, owed about $434,000 Federal Express, owed nearly $104,000 and Google, owed more than $45,000 ...
Calzo - Professional Career
... fight was broken and that Calzaghe owed him $1.4 million Calzaghe in turn claimed that Warren owed him past fees ... preparing for matches and that Warren's company Sports Network Limited owed Calzaghe $2.8 million in unpaid fees ...
Creditor's Rights
... rights are the procedural provisions designed to protect the ability of creditors - persons who are owed money - to collect the money that they are owed ... creditor usually depend in part on the reason for which the debt is owed, and the terms of any writing memorializing the debt ...
Michael Vick - Financial Troubles - Bankruptcy
... without collateral backing their claims are owed a total of $12.8 million ... owed $4.5 million for breach of contract Atlanta Falcons, owed $3.75 million for "pro-rated signing bonus" and Royal Bank of Canada, owed $2.5 million for a loan ...
Sunset Junction Street Fair - Festival Closure
... In dispute was $260,000 owed to the city for unpaid fees for the previous couple of years ... Michael McKinley is also listed among the creditors owed money ... According to the official filing, he claims that he is owed $25,000 ...

More definitions of "owed":

  • (adj): Owed and payable immediately or on demand.
    Synonyms: due

Famous quotes containing the word owed:

    He was a self-made man who owed his lack of success to nobody.
    Joseph Heller (b. 1923)

    We shelter children for a time; we live side by side with men; and that is all. We owe them nothing, and are owed nothing. I think we owe our friends more, especially our female friends.
    Fay Weldon (b. 1933)

    I like sometimes to take rank hold on life and spend my day more as the animals do. Perhaps I have owed to this employment and to hunting, when quite young, my closest acquaintance with Nature. They early introduce us to and detain us in scenery with which otherwise, at that age, we should have little acquaintance.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)