• There is a lack of transparency that makes it difficult to compare options and clients can be tight-lipped about their factories and manufacturers think little of collaborating with other factories to produce product.

    FORBES: Made in the USA: Bringing Industry Back Home

  • We have to assume she will be equally tight-lipped in public when it comes to her own country, France.

    BBC: President Hollande and the IMF

  • The only problem: The case's specifications were based on guesses about what the new iPad might be like, not inside information from tight-lipped Apple, according to the company that made the case.

    CNN: Alleged iPad 2 case is 'just a guess'

  • Apple is notorious for keeping its plans in the dark, and one of the reasons it's so tight-lipped is because it can be.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • Sunita was typically tight-lipped about how her theme should be interpreted.

    NEWYORKER: Raj, Bohemian

  • But McColl and the rest of the company are fiendishly tight-lipped about the mystery guests who will be giving the UK some sunshine.

    BBC: Comedy prepares for Broadway debut

  • He now has a new limited edition camera in the pipeline which he hopes to release at the end of the summer, although he remains tight-lipped as to what exactly that may be.

    CNN: Picture this: The world's tiniest fisheye camera

  • But not all are tight-lipped, and some have a lot to be proud of.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • The contrast between the suave, charming, seemingly cosmopolitan Mr Gonzalez and the dour, tight-lipped Mr Aznar, who got going as a provincial tax inspector, could not be sharper.

    ECONOMIST: Jose Maria Aznar, Spain’s dark horse

  • Once again, Panasonic were tight-lipped on when we might see this, and for how much, but don't be surprised if you see this pop back up some time around summer.

    ENGADGET

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