I like where MegaCop is going with this. If you want some excellent thematically correct slang / jargon / ideas-- I recommend Richard K. Morgan's Market Forces. It's... really good. I think you all will like it.
Here's the thing people-- if you search for 'mixer slang' you'll find a topic which looks very similar to this in which I post a list, very similar to the one I'm going to post here. The people that took part in the conversation, years back, had the same issue in the Mix that we have now!
The slang at the time amounted to: chummer, sam, chum, and street sam.
We then introduced new slang! Baka and Jakes for instance. I love baka. It's my favorite slang word. And the jakes is an old slang for cops that I used to use whenI was a kid. Works really well right?
I wasn't an admin when I started using these. I was a player. And today, a lot of people use them and I'm not a player and barely ever GM. They are just part of the game now and people use them. Why? Is it because the admin forced them? Nope. It's because the -players- are the trend setters. You all. Everyone reading this. You set the trends. You make the game what it is.
Pick some of the words below or the words from the list. Post your favorites. Use them in your RP. Modify them, change them, explain their meaning ICly. Get others using them. Some will catch on (baka) and some will not be as successful (gato).
The technique I used was to write out what I wanted to say and then reference the list of words I had picked out as really cool and great for RP, and then drop in those words where ever I could, in every to/say/pose I used. After a day or two of this it started to just come easy!
"I'm looking for a friend of mine, he got killed a while back but I know he cloned."
"I's lookin' fer at bata ah mine, chummer got aces ah while back but I know he made through da long walk."
Here are some of my favorites from just the A's in the link I include below:
Aggressive mediocrity (n.)
A conscious effort to ensure that the bare minimum, and nothing more, is achieved.
A fancier way of saying agreement. "Are we in agreeance?"
A story designed to make the speaker look good. May be partly fictional.
Animal spirits [n.]
The irrational optimism that drives people to risk their life savings on a half-baked start-up idea.
"I got this slum lord Mixer communing with Animal Spirits, he's going to invest everything."
Apple polish [v.]
To suck-up, flatter.
Arrows to fire [exp.]
Points to use in an argument. "Now if you don't have any more arrows to fire, I think we're finished here."
Here is a great list of modern day corporate slang. How about we go through this as a unit and find some above board slang we can all incorporate into our day to day's in order to raise the level of corporate slang and produce some really excellent synergy?