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Control Value

The number of shares outstanding in a company that is sufficient to be able to control the company. In a publicly-traded company, the control value may be 50% + 1 for ordinary decisions, or a supermajority of shares for more important decisions. If one person or company owns a control value, such shares command a higher price than other shares because each share represents a level of oversight in the company that non-control shares do not possess.

control value

The value of shares in a firm when the number of shares available is sufficient to control the firm. If one person or a group owns 60% of a firm's outstanding stock, the shares in the controlling 60% are worth more on a per-share basis than the remaining 40% of outstanding shares.
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For instance, HERZ says the next evolution of HVAC is to cut energy consumption and eliminate waste, pointing to modulating control values (pressure independent control values with modulating actuators) as a technology for maximising energy savings.
The mean, or average, is the sum of the control values divided by the total number of values.
This stream restoration is designed to reduce erosion and improve fish habitat while maintaining flood control values," said Boling.
By 120 hours, IL-1[beta] remained increased in the LPS control, but the treatment groups had returned to concentrations at or below control values.
Though a slight increase in the K-value was seen over the control values, it was less than 20% and therefore not significant as defined by this evaluation.
If four consecutive control values lie next to next in a row,
The concentration of LPO in the later periods was decreasing and observed to reach the control values (15.
In addition, nodes receive sensor, set-point, and control values during run-time.
The mean control values (+SEM) for the parameters tested over time were 4.
Nevertheless, like all coagulation tests, the wide normal range for TEG variables should be appreciated, and ideally TEG findings should be interpreted with reference to the patient's preoperative control values.