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Carrying Value
Carrying Value contract clause examples

Value. For purposes of this policy, “Value” means with respect to any award of stock options the grant date fair value of the option (i.e., Black-Scholes Value) determined in accordance with the reasonable assumptions and methodologies employed by the Company for calculating the fair value of options under ASC 718.

Value. For purposes of this Policy, “Value” means, the grant date fair value of the Initial Grant or Annual Grant, as determined using the same methodology the Board or Compensation Committee uses to determine the grant date fair value of equity awards to the Company’s executive officers (the “Methodology”). Pursuant to the Methodology, the value of an RSU shall be determined by using the average closing price of the Company’s common stock over a period of time prior to the date of grant not to exceed 120 days, with such period of time to be determined by the Board or Compensation Committee, and the value of an NSO shall be determined by using a ratio of NSOs to RSUs, with such ratio to be determined by the Board or Compensation Committee, not to exceed 4:1.

Value. For purposes of this Policy, “Value” means # with respect to any awards of Restricted Stock or RSUs the product of # the Fair Market Value of one share of Common Stock on the grant date of such award, and # the aggregate number of shares of Restricted Stock or number of shares subject to or issuable pursuant to the RSUs, and # with respect to any option, the Black-Scholes option valuation methodology, or such other methodology the Board or Compensation Committee may determine prior to the grant of an award becoming effective, on the grant date of such award.

Value. For purposes of this Policy, “Value” means with respect to # any award of stock options the grant date fair value of the option (i.e., Black-Scholes value) determined in accordance with the reasonable assumptions and methodologies employed by the Company for calculating the fair value of options under Accounting Standards Codification 718

Value. Each Cash-Based Award shall specify a payment amount or payment range as determined by the Administrator.

Value. For purposes of this Policy, “Value” means the grant date fair value (determined in accordance with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles), or such other methodology the Board may determine prior to the grant of the Initial Option or Annual Option becoming effective, as applicable.

Value. For purposes of this Policy, “Value” means, the grant date fair value of the Initial Grant or Annual Grant, as determined using the same methodology the Board or Compensation Committee uses to determine the grant date fair value of equity awards to the Company’s executive officers (the “Methodology”). Pursuant to the Methodology, the value of an RSU shall be determined by using the average closing price of the Company’s common stock over a period of time prior to the date of grant not to exceed 120 days, with such period of time to be determined by the Board or Compensation Committee, and the value of an NSO shall be determined by using a ratio of NSOs to RSUs, with such ratio to be determined by the Board or Compensation Committee, not to exceed 4:1.

Value. For purposes of this Policy, “Value” means the average of the closing trading price of the Company’s common stock for the 30 calendar days ending the day prior to the date of grant.

Value. For the purpose of Paragraph 5(i)(C) and 5(ii), the Value of Eligible Collateral other than Cash will be calculated as follows:

Value. For purposes of this Policy, “Value” of an Award of a Nonstatutory Stock Option will equal the value of such Award, calculated in accordance with the Black Scholes Model in a manner consistent with the Company’s policies and practices for calculating the value of stock options for purposes of the Company’s financial statements.

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