Competitive Business Activities Sample Clauses

Competitive Business Activities. The term "Competitive Business Activities" as used herein shall be deemed to mean the Business.
Competitive Business Activities. Without the Corporation’s prior written approval, during Employee’s employment and for twelve (12) months following termination of employment regardless of the reason for such termination:
Competitive Business Activities. A. The distribution of video programming to consumer or commercial customers or users on a retail or wholesale basis, whether by analog or digital technology, to any type of end-user equipment (television, computer, phone, personal digital assistant, tablet, console or other), and by any distribution platform (including broadcast, coaxial cable, fiber optic cable, digital subscriber line, power line, satellite, wireless and Internet), method (streaming, download, application or other) or protocol (IP or other). Executive agrees that the following companies (and their parents, subsidiaries and controlled affiliates), and their successors and assigns, are among those engaged in competitive video programming distribution as of the date hereof: Altice USA, Inc.; Xxxxxx.xxx, Inc. (including Amazon Prime); Apple Inc. (including Apple TV+); AT&T Inc. (including AT&T TV and DIRECTV); Cincinnati Xxxx, Inc. (including Hawaiian Telecom); Comcast Corporation; Xxx Communications, Inc.; DISH Network Corporation; EchoStar Corporation (including Sling Media and Sling TV); Endeavor Streaming; Facebook, Inc.; Fox Corporation; Frontier Communications Corporation; Google, Inc. (including Google Fiber, YouTube and YouTube TV); Grande Communications Networks, LLC; HBO Max; Hulu, LLC (including Hulu Live and Hulu Plus); Lumen Technologies, Inc.; Microsoft Corporation (including Xbox); Netflix, Inc.; Peacock; Philo; Pluto TV; Public Broadcasting Service and its broadcast affiliates; RCN Telecom Services, LLC; Redbox; Roku, Inc.; Sony Corporation of America (including PlayStation); Starz; Showtime Anytime; The Xxxx Disney Company (including ABC and Disney+); T-Mobile US, Inc. (including Layer3TV, Inc.); TiVo Inc.; Verizon Communications, Inc.; ViacomCBS (including CBS All Access); VUDU, Inc.; Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.; and Wide Open West.
Competitive Business Activities. During his employment and the one (1) year following his effective termination date (regardless of the reason for the termination), Executive will not engage in the following activities:
Competitive Business Activities. The term “Competitive Business Activities” as used herein shall be deemed to mean the business of expedited transportation and third party logistics.
Competitive Business Activities. Without the Company’s prior written approval, during Employee’s employment and extending through any period in which Employee is receiving severance from the Company, and in any event for twelve (12) months following a termination pursuant to Section 4.1 hereof:
Competitive Business Activities. The term “Competitive Business Activities” as used herein shall be deemed to mean the business of the Company at the time of termination.
Competitive Business Activities. Employee agrees that during the Term of this Agreement and for a period of time ending on the date occurring six months (6) months after the later of the date his employment terminates and/or this Agreement terminates (irrespective of the circumstances of such termination) (the "Non-Competition Period"), Employee will not engage in the following activities:
Competitive Business Activities. A. The distribution of video programming to residential or commercial subscribers, whether by analog or digital technology, to any type of end-user equipment (television, computer or other), and by any distribution method (including coaxial cable, fiber optic cable, digital subscriber line, power line, satellite and wireless) or protocol (IP or other). Employee agrees that the following companies (or their parents, subsidiaries or controlled affiliates), and their successors and assigns, are among those engaged in competitive video programming distribution as of the date hereof: Adelphia Communications Corporation; Xxxx South Corporation; Cablevision Systems Corp.; Charter Communications, Inc.; Xxx Communications, Inc.; DirecTV, Inc.; Echostar Communications Corporation; Knology Holdings, Inc.; Qwest Communications International, Inc.; RCN Corporation; SBC Communications, Inc.; Time Warner Cable, Inc.; Verizon Communications, Inc.; and Wide Open West.
Competitive Business Activities. Employee agrees that during the Term of this Agreement and for a period of time ending on the date occurring one (1) year after the later of the date his employment terminates and/or this Agreement terminates (irrespective of the circumstances of such termination, provided however, that if the termination is by the Bank without Cause or by notice of non-renewal and is not within the period commencing with the execution of a definitive agreement providing for a Change in Control and extending to eighteen months following the date on which a Change in Control occurs, then Section 6.3 (i)(a) and (ii) shall not apply), Employee will not engage in the following activities without the written consent of the Bank: