Company Stock definition

Company Stock means, collectively, the Company Common Stock and the Company Preferred Stock.
Company Stock means the common stock of the Company.
Company Stock means the common stock of the Company. In the event of a change in the capital structure of the Company, the shares resulting from such a change shall be deemed to be Company Stock within the meaning of the Plan.

Examples of Company Stock in a sentence

  • Promptly after the Effective Time, Parent shall mail to each holder of record of Company Stock that was issued and outstanding as of immediately prior to the Effective Time (i) a Letter of Transmittal and (ii) instructions for effecting the surrender of stock certificates (to the extent the applicable share of Company Stock are certificated) in exchange for the applicable Aggregate Consideration that is or may become payable with respect thereto pursuant to the terms of this Agreement.

  • Upon (A) (i) proper surrender of a Certificate for cancellation to Parent or (ii) confirmation by the Company’s transfer agent of cancellation of such Certificates(s) and (B) delivery of a duly completed and executed Letter of Transmittal, the holder of Company Stock shall be entitled to receive in exchange therefor the number of shares of Parent Common Stock as determined in accordance with Section 2.1 and reflected on the Allocation Schedule attached to the Payment Certificate.

  • At the Effective Time, by virtue of the Merger and without any action on the part of Parent, the Company, any holder of Company Stock or any other Person, each share of Company Common Stock that is issued and outstanding as of immediately prior to the Effective Time (other than (A) shares of Company Common Stock referenced in Section 2.1(b) and (B) Dissenting Shares) shall be converted into the right to receive the applicable portion of the Aggregate Consideration as set forth on the Allocation Schedule.

  • As of the date of this Agreement, there are (i) 22,420,889 shares of Company Common Stock outstanding, and (ii) no shares of Company Stock held in treasury.

  • All consideration paid in accordance with the terms of this Section 2.2 shall be deemed to have been paid in satisfaction of all rights pertaining to such shares of Company Stock, and from and after the Effective Time there shall be no further registration of transfers on the stock transfer books of the Surviving Corporation of the shares of Company Stock which were outstanding as of immediately prior to the Effective Time.


More Definitions of Company Stock

Company Stock means the common stock, $0.01 par value, of the Company.
Company Stock has the meaning set forth in Section 2.1.
Company Stock means the common stock, par value $.01 per share, of the Company.
Company Stock means the common stock, par value $0.01 per share, of the Company.
Company Stock means, collectively, the Company Common Stock and any other shares of capital stock of the Company.
Company Stock means shares of the voting common stock or preferred stock, meeting the requirements of Section 409 of the Code and Section 407(d)(5) of ERISA, issued by the Company or its Affiliates.
Company Stock means common stock issued by the Employer (or by a corporation which is a member of the controlled group of corporations of which the Employer is a member) which is readily tradeable on an established securities market. If there is no common stock which meets the foregoing requirement, the term "Company Stock" means common stock issued by the Employer (or by a corporation which is a member of the same controlled group) having a combination of voting power and dividend rights equal to or in excess of: (A) that class of common stock of the Employer (or of any other such corporation) having the greatest voting power, and (B) that class of common stock of the Employer (or of any other such corporation) having the greatest dividend rights. Noncallable preferred stock shall be deemed to be "Company Stock" if such stock is convertible at any time into stock which constitutes "Company Stock" hereunder and if such conversion is at a conversion price which (as of the date of the acquisition by the Trust) is reasonable. For purposes of the preceding sentence, pursuant to Regulations, preferred stock shall be treated as noncallable if after the call there will be a reasonable opportunity for a conversion which meets the requirements of the preceding sentence.