Radar alert

Radar alert

Close monitoring of trading patterns in a company's stock by senior managers to uncover unusual buying activity that might signal a takeover attempt. See: Shark watcher.

Radar Alert

A practice that a publicly-traded company uses to identify a possible hostile takeover. For example, a company may monitor for large purchases of shares by a single person or group of persons. Radar alert may give a company time to prepare or implement an anti-takeover strategy.
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Radar integration includes a visual, audible and secondary alert output capability so that the radar alert will still function fully if there is a loss of video signal.
F-Secure Corporation has released a Level-2 Radar alert on all these viruses, indicating that system administrators and end users should make sure their systems are protected.
The report shows that the air traffic controllers - a trainee and supervisor at the Tokyo Air Traffic Control Centre in Tokorozawa near Tokyo - were unaware of the potential disaster until radar alert signals showed that a collision was imminent.
free&hl=en) NOAA Weather and Radar Alerts " but has essentially all of the same features as the iOS version.
The basic primary radar alerts controllers that an aircraft is nearby.
For haul trucks, for example, which previously only required rear vision, the addition of radar alerts the operator to view the monitor if his/her attention is elsewhere.
Infegy's Social Radar Alerts provide brand marketers with a "hands-off" approach to staying on top of what is being said about their brand or any important topic across the social web.
Social Radar Alerts was developed in response to our enterprise customers' requests for comprehensive email alerts.