piece of the pie

piece of the pie

A share or part of something. The business owner wanted all of his employees to have a piece of the pie, so he gave them all stock in the company as a holiday bonus.
See also: of, pie, piece

a piece (or slice) of the pie

a share in an amount of money or business regarded as something to be divided up.
See also: of, pie, piece
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Why can't we combine the best of both systems, so most everyone has a chance at a piece of the pie? Shouldn't that be the ultimate goal?
2, where it offers customers points in its Piece of the Pie Rewards program for pizzas they purchase from any rival (or make themselves).
Summary: Syria's reconstruction is on everyone's mind and the Lebanese, too, are ready for a piece of the pie.
Ross Thomson A Wishaw butcher is aiming get a piece of the pie after securing a slot on the shortlist of the 20th Scotch Pie Awards.
All will get a share a piece of the pie, for the benefit of their constituents.
At the launch of the Nokia 5.1 Plus and Nokia 6.1 Plus in India, Chief Product Officer of HMD Global, Juho Sarvikas, announced that the Nokia range of devices will soon receive a piece of the pie, namely Android 9 Pie.
Proctor told a medical practitioners tribunal: "She wanted a piece of the pie. I was pretty popular."
"Appetite for broader emerging market IPOs should remain robust in 2018, with Egypt in line for a bigger piece of the pie following the currency float."
With over 100 tickets in play for the bonus it's surely only a question of how many punters will take home a piece of the pie."
The family business, finding organs for wealthy clients who do not have the time to wait on a list, has encountered some opposition from other families who want a bigger piece of the pie. When Pen loses her family, she must flee and survive on her own.
Our mole adds: "Brits are doing well on TV in America and Caroline would love a piece of the pie."
Factions who want "a piece of the pie" will not be contented even if we passed the BBL.
"At big companies, your job is really one little piece of the pie. I need someone who can make things happen and is comfortable with ambiguity."
The company has also been rewarding shareholders by buying back shares aggressively (and essentially retiring them), leaving each existing share with a bigger piece of the pie.While consumers may not be using physical credit cards 100 years from now, there's a good chance that they'll still be using American Express in one way or another.