Executive Compensation Sample Clauses

Executive Compensation. Until such time as the Investor ceases to own any debt or equity securities of the Company acquired pursuant to this Agreement or the Warrant, the Company shall take all necessary action to ensure that its Benefit Plans with respect to its Senior Executive Officers comply in all respects with Section 111(b) of the EESA as implemented by any guidance or regulation thereunder that has been issued and is in effect as of the Closing Date, and shall not adopt any new Benefit Plan with respect to its Senior Executive Officers that does not comply therewith. “Senior Executive Officers” means the Company's "senior executive officers" as defined in subsection 111(b)(3) of the EESA and regulations issued thereunder, including the rules set forth in 31 C.F.R. Part 30.
Executive Compensation. The Grantee shall report the names and total compensation of the five (5) most highly compensated officers of the Grantee in CCR if the Grantee in the preceding fiscal year received eighty percent (80%) or more of its annual gross revenues from Federal contracts and Federal financial assistance (as defined at 2 CFR 170.320) and $25,000,000 or more in annual gross revenues from Federal contracts and federal financial assistance (as defined at 2 CFR 170.320); and if the public does not have access to this information about the compensation of the senior executives of the entity through periodic reports filed under section 13(a) or 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (15 U.S.C. §§ 78m(a), 78o(d)) or section 6104 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986. The Grantee may certify that it received less than eighty percent (80%) of annual gross revenues from the federal government, received less than $25,000,000 of its annual gross revenues from the federal government, already provides executive compensation to the Securities Exchange Commission, or meets the Internal Revenue Code exemption, and will not be required to submit executive compensation data into the CCR under FFATA, provided, that the Grantee shall still register and submit the other data requested.
Executive Compensation. MailKey and its Subsidiaries shall not grant to any executive officer any increase in compensation or in severance or termination pay, or enter into any employment agreement with any executive officer.
Executive Compensation. The Partnership does not have any directors or officers. Management of the Partnership is vested in Pioneer USA, the managing general partner. The Partnership participates in oil and gas activities through an income tax partnership (the "Program") pursuant to the Program agreement. Under the Program agreement, Pioneer USA pays approximately 10% of the Partnership's acquisition, drilling and completion costs and approximately 25% of its operating and general and administrative expenses. In return, Pioneer USA is allocated approximately 25% of the Partnership's revenues. See Notes 6 and 9 of Notes to Financial Statements included in "Item 8. Financial Statements and Supplementary Data" for information regarding fees and reimbursements paid to the managing general partner or its affiliates by the Partnership. The Partnership does not directly pay any salaries of the executive officers of Pioneer USA, but does pay a portion of Pioneer USA's general and administrative expenses of which these salaries are a part. See Note 6 of Notes to Financial Statements included in "Item 8. Financial Statements and Supplementary Data".
Executive Compensation. Seller shall not, without the consent of the Director, in consultation with the Secretary of the Treasury, enter into any new compensation arrangements with, or increase amounts or benefits payable under existing compensation arrangements of, any Named Executive Officer of Seller.
Executive Compensation. Neither the Purchaser nor the Company shall take any action that will result in, nor will the Purchaser or the Company permit, directly or indirectly, the acceleration, vesting, enhancement or increase in the payments or benefits that would otherwise become due as a result of the consummation of the Merger to any current or former executive officers of the Company.
Executive Compensation. Executive’s salary in effect on the date of this Agreement shall remain in effect between the Effective Date and December 31, 2013. In consideration for all services to be rendered by Executive to Employer, Employer agrees to pay Executive a starting base salary of $240,000.00 per year beginning on January 1, 2014. The Chief Executive Officer of Employer will present to the Directors Executive Compensation Committee for approval any increases in Executive’s base salary annually following an annual performance evaluation. Executive’s salary shall be paid semi-monthly. Employer shall deduct there from all taxes which may be required to be deducted or withheld under any provision of the law (including, but not limited to, social security payments and income tax withholding) now in effect or which may become effective anytime during the term of this Agreement. Executive shall be entitled to participate in any and all other employee benefits and plans that may be developed and adopted by Employer and in which Executive is eligible to participate under the terms of such plans, including Employer’s Profit Sharing Plan. Employer agrees to provide Executive with an automobile allowance of $650.00 per month. Employer agrees to reimburse Executive for all ordinary and customary expenses for entertainment, meals, travel, cellular phone, and incidental business expense in accordance with Employer’s policy. Reasonable costs incurred for professional education, publications, seminars, meetings and special social entertainment shall also be reimbursed in accordance with Employer’s policy. Employer agrees to reimburse Executive for reasonable business expenses associated with participation on the Employer’s Board of Directors. The Employer may pay Executive profit sharing in such amount as the Board of Directors, in its discretion, determines is appropriate.
Executive Compensation. (a) Borrower will not increase the salary, bonus, or other compensation programs (whether in cash, securities or other property, and whether payment is deferred or current) of its chief executive officer and chief financial officer, unless such compensation increase is approved by a majority of the Board or a Compensation Committee of the Board, a majority of whom shall be nonemployee Directors. Compensation to other senior executive officers, including division managers, shall be consistent with the policies of the Compensation Committee.
Executive Compensation. All executive compensation shall be reported for each executive officer. The reasonableness standards and criteria for executive compensation are contained in Internal Revenue Code Section 4958. This rule shall apply to all individuals of the non-profit corporation deemed by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to be anyone in a position to exercise substantial influence over a non-profit corporation’s affairs. This rule may apply to the individual’s immediate family as well as to family-controlled entities. Compensation provided in accordance with Internal Revenue Code Section 4958 shall be deemed to be reasonable for the purposes of reporting AFDC-FC costs.