Competitor definition

Competitor means any individual or entity that, at any time during the Term, whether directly or through an Affiliate, owns in whole or in part, or is the licensor or franchisor of a Competing Brand, irrespective of the number of hotels owned, licensed or franchised under such Competing Brand name. A Competitor does not include an individual or entity that: (i) is a franchisee of a Competing Brand; (ii) manages a Competing Brand hotel, so long as the individual or entity is not the exclusive manager of the Competing Brand; or (iii) owns a minority interest in a Competing Brand, so long as neither that individual or entity nor any of its Affiliates is an officer, director, or employee of the Competing Brand, provides services (including as a consultant) to the Competing Brand, or exercises, or has the right to exercise, Control over the business decisions of the Competing Brand.
Competitor means a Person engaged, directly or indirectly (including through any partnership, limited liability company, corporation, joint venture or similar arrangement (whether now existing or formed hereafter)), in [description of business], but shall not include any financial investment firm or collective investment vehicle that, together with its Affiliates, holds less than [twenty percent (20)]% of the outstanding equity of any Competitor and does not, nor do any of its Affiliates, have a right to designate any members of the board of directors of any Competitor.]
Competitor means any Person engaged, wholly or in part, in Competitive Services.

Examples of Competitor in a sentence

In untabulated tests, we find that our results are qualitatively similar if the tests using Option/Stock Ratio or Order Imbalance are restricted to the same period for which we can calculate Abnormal Short Sales (i.e., the period between 2005 to 2011).Our primary independent variables are Business Partner CAR and Competitor CAR.

Second, coefficients on Business Partner CAR and Competitor CAR are statistically significant across both positive and negative earnings shock CAR partitions and for all three measures of shadow trading.

Should a Competitor wish to offer hospitality to its sponsors/guests onsite it must be arranged through IMG or its nominated provider.

License: The Competitor acknowledges and agrees that all rights, title and interest in connection with the Championships, including without limitation all copyrights, database rights, and any and all related rights and neighbouring rights, audio-visual rights, domain name rights, trade name and trade mark rights and the official titles of the Series (and any translation or permutation thereof), together with any associated goodwill vested therein are the exclusive property of the First Corner.

I, the Competitor, confirm that I have read and understood the provisions of Schedule 1 of this Entry Form.


More Definitions of Competitor

Competitor means any Person which is a direct competitor of the Borrower or its Subsidiaries if, at the time of a proposed assignment, the Administrative Agent and the assigning Lender have actual knowledge that such Person is a direct competitor of Borrower or its Subsidiaries because such Competitor is specifically identified by the Borrower as a competitor in writing to the Administrative Agent (and by the Administrative Agent to the Lenders through the Platform); provided, that in connection with any assignment or participation, the Assignee or Participant with respect to such proposed assignment or participation that is an investment bank, a commercial bank, a finance company, a fund, or other Person which merely has an economic interest in any such direct competitor and does not Control such Competitor and is not under common Control with such Competitor, and is not itself such a direct competitor of the Borrower or its Subsidiaries, shall not be deemed to be a direct competitor for the purposes of this definition.
Competitor means any entity that provides products or services that compete with or are alternatives to the principal products produced or services provided by the Corporation or its affiliates;
Competitor means any Person that is engaged in (or intends or proposes to engage in, or has been organized for the purpose of engaging in) a Competing Business in the Company’s Market Area.
Competitor means (i) any Person operating an Air Carrier or a commercial passenger air carrier business and (ii) any Affiliate of any Person described in clause (i) (other than any Affiliate of such Person as a result of common control by a Governmental Authority or instrumentality thereof and any Affiliate of such Person under common control with such Person which Affiliate is not actively involved in the management and/or operations of such Person).
Competitor means a Person that owns or has an equity interest in an assisted living facility and/or senior living facility brand, trade name, system or chain (a "Brand") which comprises at least ten (10) assisted living facilities and/or senior living facilities; provided that such Person shall not be deemed a Competitor if it holds its interest in a Brand merely as a mere passive investor that has no control or influence over the business decisions of the Brand at issue, such as a mere limited partner in a partnership, a mere shareholder in a corporation or a mere payee of royalties based on a prior sale transaction. A mere passive investor that is represented by a Mere Director on the board of directors of a Competitor shall not be deemed to have control or influence over the business decisions of that Competitor.