Put Warrant

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Put Warrant

A warrant attached to a share giving the shareholder the right to sell the share at a certain strike price on or before a stated expiration date. A put warrant operates much like a put option. The main difference is that a put option is a separate contract between two parties, while a put warrant is attached to a share directly, especially as a sweetener.
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For put warrants of domestic securities or indices the sixth digit of the warrant security code will remain "P", with the code assignments to start from 03001P.
The Company defines EBITDA as earnings before interest, taxes, changes in the fair value of put warrants, depreciation and amortization, stock compensation and restructuring expenses which include the basket allowed under our senior credit facility and other actual restructuring costs.
The increase in net income for the three months ended December 31, 2010 was mainly attributable to higher operating profit and change in fair value of put warrants which were partially offset by higher interest expenses.
The increase in net income for the three months ended September 30, 2010 is mainly attributable to higher gross margin and change in fair value of put warrants which were partially offset by higher interest expenses.
05 per share driven in part by non-cash charge to the fair value of put warrants
01 per diluted share without non-cash change in fair value of put warrants
The increase in net loss for the three months is attributable to changes in the fair value of put warrants, the decrease in revenue and an increase in interest expenses.
The increase in net loss for the three months is attributable to the decrease in revenue, certain one-time items, interest expenses and changes in the fair value of put warrants.
Additionally, the Board of Directors announced progress with the Securities and Exchange Commission with respect to the proposed issuance of Put Warrants to common shareholders.
0 million credit agreement as EBITDA, adjusted for mark-to-market adjustments for our common stock put warrants, stock compensation expense, write-off of other receivables, management fees and expenses paid to our principal stockholders and non-cash deferred rent.
The company defines Adjusted EBITDA as net income before depreciation and amortization, income taxes, interest expense, mark-to-market adjustment for our common stock put warrants, stock compensation expense, write-off of other receivables, management fees and expenses paid to our principal stockholders and non-cash deferred rent.