palatable \ \ \This does not seem especially business-related. \\ pal‧at‧a‧ble [ˈpælətəbl] adjective
if a suggestion, offer, proposal etc is made palatable, it is changed so that people will accept it and approve of it:

• The proposal was engineered as a more palatable alternative to PacifiCorp's offer.

palatable to

• The offer will have to be made at a larger discount to be palatable to existing shareholders.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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