Company Restricted Stock definition

Company Restricted Stock means Company Shares that are unvested or are subject to repurchase option, risk of forfeiture or other condition on title or ownership under any applicable Company Equity Plan, restricted stock purchase agreement or other Contract with the Company.
Company Restricted Stock means an outstanding but unvested share of restricted Company Common Stock granted pursuant to a Company Stock Plan.
Company Restricted Stock means shares of Company Common Stock issued pursuant to any Company Common Stock Plan that are subject to specified vesting criteria.

Examples of Company Restricted Stock in a sentence

  • No Acquired Company has ever issued any incentive equity, including any restricted stock units, other than the Company Options and Company Restricted Stock.


More Definitions of Company Restricted Stock

Company Restricted Stock means each share of Company Common Stock that is subject to forfeiture or a right of repurchase by the Company.
Company Restricted Stock means any Common Share that is subject to restrictions on transfer and/or forfeiture granted pursuant a Stock Plan.
Company Restricted Stock means shares of Company Capital Stock purchased pursuant to an exercise of a Company Stock Purchase Right which are subject to a repurchase option by the Company.
Company Restricted Stock has the meaning set forth in Section 2.3(b).
Company Restricted Stock means shares of Company Common Stock subject to vesting or other lapse restrictions (whether granted by the Company pursuant to the Company Option Plans, assumed by the Company in connection with any merger, acquisition or similar transaction or otherwise issued or granted), but excluding purchase rights under the ESPP.
Company Restricted Stock means shares of Company Common Stock which are subject to a repurchase option by the Company.
Company Restricted Stock means a restricted stock award granted pursuant to the Company Equity Incentive Plan or the Company Private Placement Plan.