- long-tail ˈlong-tail adjective [only before a noun]INSURANCE long-tail claims etc happen a long time after the beginning of the insurance contract, or take a long time to be settled:
• Long-tail pollution claims in the US may take decades to resolve.
* * *Ⅰ.long-tail UK US adjective INSURANCE► happening a long time after the start of an insurance agreement, or taking a long time to be decided: a long-tail claim/risk »
This has paved the way for the company to handle old, long-tail claims.Ⅱ.long-tail UK US noun [U] ECONOMICS► (also Long Tail) the idea that the availability of products online has changed the economy by allowing companies to make a profit selling small quantities of many products rather than large quantities of the same product: »
Part of Virgin's success grew from carrying a diverse product line, which hints at author Chris Anderson's Long Tail theory.
Financial and business terms. 2012.
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