control value

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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Limited tenders are invited for procurement of eha for ip stop and control value unit 9 and unit 10
GRM says that beyond the core conversion and extraction processes, the ICR solution brings quality control value to the data management process by validating data in real time to identify errors, inconsistencies and omissions, and to flag them for attention rather than to feed them into the workflow process where they would be identified later, creating delays and incremental costs.
7% increase on standard dosing regimen of 250 mg compared to control value i.
She has a list of journal entries with thousands of rows and was hoping to create a macro that could total the amounts in column K for each set of records that have the same Control Value in column L.
For example, the KRG cannot control value of the Iraqi currency or raise debts on financial markets.
469% and this increase was statistically significant when compared with the control value.
At 120 hours, the EGCG groups and the combination groups were significantly higher than the control and sham groups, but the TQ treated groups returned to a level close to the control value.
If, on the other hand, only the air input temperature, the maximum coil heating power, and the valve control value are known, the output temperature can be at best estimated.
Indeed, even with coexposure with vitamin E, the thioredoxin reductase activity is still only approximately 78% of the control value.