1, 2018, broaden the definition of publicly traded corporations
and the definition of who is a "covered executive" subject to the rules.
I would have to say that there are more similarities between a cooperative and a publicly traded corporation
than there are differences.
(22) Supporters of optimal contracting theory thus believe any size payment approved by a publicly traded corporation
's board is prima facie reasonable.
Whether in the United States or the world as a whole, the large, publicly traded corporation
is the exception, not the rule, as a venue for doing business.
Most operate within the same legal and financial framework placed on publicly traded corporations
. But family companies place an added layer of obligations on their board members, especially the independent non-family director (often called an outside director).
Anderson, one of the technology world's more highly regarded pundits, watched a spec of a company called Amazon.com grow from a three-person start-up in a converted garage into a publicly traded corporation
that came to symbolize both the best and the worst of the dot-com era.
Hindsight says, "Take GTE's cash!" Another case covers the acquisition of an S corporation by a publicly traded corporation
. Finally, two cases follow Snapple as it changes hands from Quaker Oats to Triarc to Cadbury Schweppes.
Service Master is a publicly traded corporation
based in Chicago.
Since its 1984 founding in Boulder by Phil Becker, eSoft has grown from a family-owned enterprise selling bulletin board server systems, to a publicly traded corporation
It's people working together in a publicly traded corporation
at the mid-management and upper-management level.
OCGT, a publicly traded corporation
with an extensive and specific commitment to healthcare software and informatics technology, is the parent company of PrimeCare Systems, Inc., the creator and operator of YourOwnHealth.
The pyrolysis process is now being developed by a publicly traded corporation