Business Information definition

Business Information means information, oral, electronic, or in writing, that is either of such a nature that a party should reasonably believe it to be confidential or is designated as confidential by either party, including, without limitation, any information or other materials that either party exchanges with the other party or its Representatives in any form and in any media now or hereafter developed, or other information, the tampering with which, or unauthorized Use of which, would cause a material adverse impact to the business operations or security of a party. If information is designated as confidential, such designation will be in any written form which clearly communicates that the nonpublic business or financial information is confidential. The term “Business Information” will not include any information that: (i) is or becomes part of the public domain or is publicly available through no act or omission or through no breach of any contracts; (ii) is known at the time of disclosure without an obligation to keep it confidential, as evidenced by documentation in possession at the time of such disclosure; (iii) becomes rightfully known from another source without restriction on Use; or (iv) has been independently developed without the use of or any reference to Business Information.
Business Information means all information, know-how and records (whether or not confidential and in whatever form held) including (without limitation) all formulas, designs, specifications, drawings, data, manuals and instructions and all customer lists, sales information, business plans and forecasts, and all technical or other expertise and all computer software and all accounting and tax records, correspondence, orders and inquiries;
Business Information means the terms of this Agreement, and any other agreement relating to the Business, the Existing Data, and all information, data, knowledge and know-how, in whatever form and however communicated (including, without limitation, Confidential Information), developed, conceived, originated or obtained by either Participant in performing its obligations under this Agreement. The term “Business Information” shall not include any improvements, enhancements, refinements or incremental additions to Participant Information that are developed, conceived, originated or obtained by either Participant in performing its obligations under this Agreement.

Examples of Business Information in a sentence

  • Subsequent events Note 1.1 Business information E-CO Energi Holding AS «E-CO Energi» is a private company registered in Norway.

  • Business information service Thailand 99.99 99.99BOL Digital Co., Ltd.


More Definitions of Business Information

Business Information means all business information, including information regarding:
Business Information means commercial or financial information obtained by the Agency from a submitter that may be protected from disclosure under Exemption 4 of the FOIA.
Business Information means com- mercial or financial information ob- tained by the Department from a sub- mitter that may be protected from dis- closure under 5 U.S.C. 552(b)(4) (Exemp- tion 4 of the Act).
Business Information means all information (in whatever form held) including (without limitation) all:
Business Information means com- mercial or financial information ob- tained by TVA from a submitter that may be protected from disclosure under Exemption 4 of the FOIA.
Business Information means all written information, wherever located or stored, relating to or used in a Divestiture Product Business, including documents, graphic materials, and data and information in electronic format. Business Information includes records and information relating to research and development (including copies of Product Development Reports), manufacturing, process technology, engineering, product formulations, production, sales, marketing (including Product Marketing Materials), logistics, advertising, personnel, accounting, business strategy, information technology systems, customers, customer purchasing histories, customer preferences, delivery histories, delivery routing information, suppliers and all other aspects of the Divestiture Product Business. For clarity, Business Information includes any Respondent’s rights and control over information and material provided by that Respondent to any other Person. Business Information includes Confidential Business Information.