Confidential Business Information Sample Clauses

Confidential Business Information. CARB based this penalty in part on confidential business information provided by MOTO Group and confidential settlement communications, neither of which are retained by CARB in the ordinary course of business. ACKNOWLEDGED AND ACCEPTED BY: California Air Resources Board Signature: /S/ Name: Todd P. Sax, D.Env. Title: Chief, Enforcement Division Date: 7/8/2021 MOTO Group, LLC dba Rinehart Racing Signature: /S/ Name: Joe Taylor Title: COO
Confidential Business Information. CARB based this penalty in part on confidential business information provided by DH Carrier Inc and confidential settlement communications, neither of which are retained by CARB in the ordinary course of business. ACKNOWLEDGED AND ACCEPTED BY: Signature: /S/ Name: Todd P. Sax, D.Env. Title: Chief, Enforcement Division Date: 8/11/2021 Signature: /S/ Name: Dilbag Sarai Title: CEO
Confidential Business Information. The following constitutes “Confidential Business Information,” whether oral or written: (a) the Parties’ proposals and negotiations concerning this Agreement, made or conducted prior to the Effective Date; and (b) any information delivered by PacifiCorp to Seller prior to the Execution Date relating to the market prices of energy and methodologies for its determination or estimation. Seller and PacifiCorp each agree to hold such Confidential Business Information wholly confidential, except as otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement. “Confidential Business Information” shall not include information that: (i) is in or enters the public domain through no fault of the Party receiving such information; or (ii) was in the possession of the receiving Party prior to the Execution Date, other than through delivery thereof as specified in subsections (a) and (b) above. A Party providing any Confidential Business Information under this Agreement shall clearly mark all pages of all documents and materials to be treated as Confidential Business Information with the term “Confidential” on the front of each page, document or material. If the Confidential Business Information is transmitted by electronic means the title or subject line shall indicate the information is Confidential Business Information. All Confidential Business Information shall be maintained as confidential, pursuant to the terms of this Section 23, for a period of two (2) years from the date it is received by the receiving Party unless otherwise agreed to in writing by the Parties.
Confidential Business Information. CARB based this penalty in part on confidential business information provided by CVS and confidential settlement communications, neither of which are retained by CARB in the ordinary course of business. ACKNOWLEDGED AND ACCEPTED BY: Signature: /S/ Name: Todd P. Sax, D.Env. Title: Chief, Enforcement Division Date: _1/4/2021
Confidential Business Information. The Executive agrees and covenants that all confidential information regarding the practices and procedures of the Company and its affiliates, their methods of marketing, know-how, trade information, trade secrets, customer or client lists, licensing arrangements, accounts and requirements, and other information regarding the affairs of the Company and its affiliates (collectively, the "Confidential Business Information") shall be received and held in the strictest confidence. The Executive agrees not to divulge any such Confidential Business Information to any person or entity except as authorized in the normal execution of assigned duties on behalf of the Company, without the prior consent of the Company. The Executive further agrees to surrender to the Company any and all documents and records in whatever form that may be in his possession or control containing Confidential Business Information upon the expiration or termination of the Employment Term. The provisions of this Article IX shall survive any termination or expiration of this Agreement.
Confidential Business Information. The Company has and will continue to spend significant time, effort and money to develop proprietary information which is vital to the Company’s business. During Executive’s employment with the Company, Executive has and will have access to the Company’s confidential, proprietary and trade secret information including but not limited to information and strategy relating to the Company’s products and services including customer lists and files, product description and pricing, information and strategy regarding profits, costs, marketing, purchasing, sales, customers, suppliers, contract terms, employees, salaries; product development plans; business, acquisition and financial plans and forecasts and marketing and sales plans and forecasts (collectively calledCompany Confidential Information”). Executive will not, during his employment with the Company or thereafter, directly or indirectly disclose to any other person or entity, or use for Executive’s own benefit or for the benefit of others besides the Company, any Company Confidential Information. Upon termination of this Agreement, Executive agrees to promptly return all Company Confidential Information.
Confidential Business Information. As used in this Agreement, the term “Confidential Business Information” means any and all of the Company’s trade secrets, confidential and/or proprietary information, and all other information and data that is not generally known to third persons who could derive economic value from its use or disclosure, including, without limitation, methods, designs, drawings, and other technical information; the methods though which the Company identifies, hires, trains and compensates its employees; details regarding the Company’s employees, including their compensation, contact information, and their performance and conduct; methods to locate and qualify contractors, vendors and third party factories; the identity of the Company’s contractors, vendors and third party factories; the individuals, and their contact Information, at contractors, vendors and third party factories with whom the Company has dealt; the amounts and types of goods and/or services purchased in the past from contractors, vendors and third party factories; the amounts paid for such past purchases; the identity of the Company’s customers; the individuals, and their contact information, at customers with whom Employee has dealt; the amounts and types of products and services purchased in the past by such customers; the amount paid for such past purchases, the timing of such past purchases, and the method of payment for such past purchases; the Company’s plans for future products and services; the details of any ongoing or planned negotiations for future products and services; and the Company’s plans for the future, including without limitation plans for its products and services, for geographic and customer markets, and for marketing, promoting, selling, distributing and providing its products and services.
Confidential Business Information. Any non-public information of a competitively sensitive or personal nature, other than Trade Secrets, acquired by the Executive, directly or indirectly, in connection with the Executive's employment (including his employment with the Employer prior to the date of this Agreement), including (without limitation) oral and written information concerning the Employer or its Affiliates relating to financial position and results of operations (revenues, margins, assets, net income, etc.), annual and long-range business plans, marketing plans and methods, account invoices, oral or written customer information, and personnel information. Confidential Business Information also includes information recorded in manuals, memoranda, projections, minutes, plans, computer programs, and records, whether or not legended or otherwise identified by the Employer and its Affiliates as Confidential Business Information, as well as information which is the subject of meetings and discussions and not so recorded; provided, however, that Confidential Business Information shall not include information that is generally available to the public, other than as a result of disclosure, directly or indirectly, by the Executive, or was available to the Executive on a non-confidential basis prior to its disclosure to the Executive.
Confidential Business Information. Subject to Section 7.2(f), the --------------------------------- Purchasers covenant and agree that they shall maintain the confidentiality of all non-public information related to the business of the Company made available to them and/or any of their representatives by the Company and so marked as confidential ("Confidential Business Information"). The Purchasers further --------------------------------- covenant and agree that they shall not disclose any Confidential Business Information to any person or entity, other than their partners, officers, directors, employees, attorneys, accountants and other agents with a legitimate need for such information (which individuals and entities will in turn agree to be bound by this Section 7.2(a), except as required by law or any regulatory body, without the prior written consent of the Company. The Purchasers agree that violation of this Section 7.2(a) would cause immediate and irreparable damage to the business of the Company, and consent to the entry of immediate and permanent injunctive relief for any violation hereof.