Shareholder Value Added

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Shareholder Value Added

The value of a company to its stockholders. That is, the SVA measures whether or not it is worth the expense for an investor to buy stock in a company. It is calculated by taking the net operating profit after taxes and subtracting the cost of capital. See also: Market Value Added, Economic Value Added.
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Management of shareholder value requires more complete information than traditional measures
In its shareholder letter, the Disney board said that voting to re-elect the current board would be ``making an important statement'' and be in the best interests of enhancing shareholder value.
Ultimately, as equity markets continue to recover and capital flows more freely, companies that have used these corporate governance investments wisely will be the beneficiaries, realizing measurably increased shareholder value.
The PricewaterhouseCoopers Shareholder Value Indices take into account both rises and falls in a company's share price, dividends, share buy backs and new share issues, and provide an objective and reliable measure of shareholder value for stock market listed companies.
an opportunity for an initial public offering or to spin off the new dot-com businesses to better realize their shareholder value.
In formulating risk management policies, corporate managers have to evaluate alternative strategies against the criterion of shareholder value maximization.
com), Jones was a partner in PricewaterhouseCoopers' strategy consulting business, where he led the Shareholder Value practice in the United States.
Planning has enormous potential to drive shareholder value.
Will it become the ultimate measure for shareholder value that all sides can agree upon?
Until this situation improves, management will focus on curing these delinquencies, in order to restore income and protect shareholder value.
It's important to note that using non-financial measures doesn't in any way conflict with the governing objective of publicly held companies: maximizing long-term shareholder value.
Today, far fewer companies are bloated or inefficient, and significant increases in shareholder value do require stronger focus on sales, marketing, and share.