Peer Companies definition

Peer Companies means the following companies which remain publicly traded throughout the entire TSR Measurement Period: AbbVie GlaxoSmithKline Amgen Johnson & Xxxxxxx AstraZeneca Merck Biogen Novartis Celgene Pfizer Xxx Xxxxx Xxxxx Gilead Sciences Sanofi Companies that were publicly traded as of the Award Date but are no longer publicly traded as of the end of the TSR Measurement Period shall be excluded, except that companies that are no longer publicly traded as of the end of the TSR Measurement Period due to filing for bankruptcy prior to the end of the TSR Measurement Period shall be assigned a Total Shareholder Return of -100% for the TSR Measurement Period. In the case of a merger or acquisition involving two Peer Companies during the TSR Measurement Period, the acquiree or merged company, as the case may be, shall be removed from the list of Peer Companies, and the acquirer or successor company, as the case may be, shall remain on the list of Peer Companies. In the case of a spinoff involving a Peer Company during the TSR Measurement Period, such company shall remain on the list of Peer Companies, provided that it remains an appropriate peer. Any new company formed as a result of the spinoff shall not be added to the list of Peer Companies for the current TSR Measurement Period (however, such company may be added to the list of Peer Companies for subsequent awards, if the Committee deems such inclusion appropriate). For the avoidance of doubt, following the closing of the Company’s acquisition of Celgene Corporation (“Celgene”), Celgene shall be has been removed from the list of Peer Companies.
Peer Companies means the companies included in the Xxxxxxx 2000 on December 31, 2017. In the event of a merger, acquisition or business combination transaction of a Peer Company with or by another Peer Company, the surviving entity shall remain a Peer Company. In the event of a merger of a Peer Company with an entity that is not a Peer Company, or the acquisition or business combination transaction by or with a Peer Company, or with an entity that is not a Peer Company, in each case, where the Peer Company is the surviving entity and remains publicly traded, the surviving entity shall remain a Peer Company. In the event of a merger or acquisition or business combination transaction of a Peer Company by or with an entity that is not a Peer Company, a “going private” transaction involving a Peer Company or the liquidation of a Peer Company, where the Peer Company is not the surviving entity or is otherwise no longer publicly traded, the company shall no longer be a Peer Company. In the event of a bankruptcy of a Peer Company, such company shall remain a Peer Company.
Peer Companies means publicly-traded companies included in the SunTrust Small Cap Index, but excluding any companies on that list which cease to be publicly traded on or before April 30, 2014;

Examples of Peer Companies in a sentence

  • The Committee shall determine the Peer Group XXX Ranking by reference to publicly available financial information regarding the Peer Companies for each calendar year during the Performance Period.


More Definitions of Peer Companies

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Peer Companies means the following companies:
Peer Companies means the companies in the Peer Group, including the Company.
Peer Companies means the companies in the FTSE NAREIT Equity Office Index.
Peer Companies means the companies established by the Committee for purposes of calculating TSR, to include Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.; Analog Devices, Inc.; Applied Materials, Inc.; ASML Holding N.V.; Broadcom, Inc.;
Peer Companies means the companies established by the Committee for purposes of calculating TSR, to include Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., Altera Corporation, Analog Devices, Inc., Applied Materials, Inc., Atmel Corporation, Avago Technologies, Broadcom Corporation, Infineon Technologies, Linear Technology Corporation, LSI Corporation, Marvel Technology Group, Maxim Integrated Products, Inc., Microchip Technology, Inc., Micron Technology, Inc., NXP Semiconductors, NVIDIA Corporation, On Semiconductor, Sandisk Corporation, ST Microelectronics, Texas Instruments and Xilinx, Inc. Any peer company shares traded on a foreign exchange will be converted to US dollars. In the event of a merger, acquisition or business combination transaction of a Peer Company with or by another Peer Company, the surviving entity shall remain a Peer Company. In the event of a merger of a Peer Company with an entity that is not a Peer Company, or the acquisition or business combination transaction by or with a Peer Company, or with an entity that is not a Peer Company, in each case where the Peer Company is the surviving entity and remains publicly traded, the surviving entity shall remain a Peer Company. In the event of a merger or acquisition or business combination transaction of a Peer Company by or with an entity that is not a Peer Company, a “going private” transaction involving a Peer Company or the liquidation of a Peer Company, where the Peer Company is not the surviving entity or is otherwise no longer publicly traded, the company shall no longer be a Peer Company.
Peer Companies means the companies established by the Committee for purposes of calculating TSR, to include Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., Altera Corporation, Analog Devices, Inc., Applied Materials, Inc., Atmel Corporation, Avago Technologies, Broadcom Corporation, Infineon Technologies, Linear Technology Corporation, Marvel Technology Group, Maxim Integrated Products, Inc., Microchip Technology, Inc., Micron Technology, Inc., NXP Semiconductors, NVIDIA Corporation, On Semiconductor, Sandisk Corporation, ST Microelectronics, Texas Instruments and Xilinx, Inc. Any peer company shares traded on a foreign exchange will be converted to US dollars. In the event of a merger, acquisition or business combination transaction of a Peer Company with or by another Peer Company, the surviving entity shall remain a Peer Company. In the event of a merger of a Peer Company with an entity that is not a Peer Company, or the acquisition or business combination transaction by or with a Peer Company, or with an entity that is not a Peer Company, in each case where the Peer Company is the surviving entity and remains publicly traded, the surviving entity shall remain a Peer Company. In the event of a merger or acquisition or business combination transaction of a Peer Company by or with an entity that is not a Peer Company, a “going private” transaction involving a Peer Company or the liquidation of a Peer Company, where the Peer Company is not the surviving entity or is otherwise no longer publicly traded, the company shall no longer be a Peer Company. EXHIBIT A