Definition of Post Business

  1. Post Business means the publishing businesses conducted by Seller and its subsidiaries on the date of this Agreement, including publishing The Washington Post newspaper and the newspaper's internet site washingtonpost.com; publishing Fashion Washington, Capital Business, the internet sites The Capitol Deal and Service Alley, Express (and its websites ExpressNightOut.com and ReadExpress.com), The Gazette Newspapers (and their website Gazette.net), Southern Maryland Newspapers (and their website SoMdNews.com), Fairfax County Times (and its website FairfaxTimes.com), military newspapers produced by Comprint Military Publications (and their websites DCMilitary.com and DCMilitaryFamLife.com), Apartment Showcase, New Homes Guide, New Condominium Guide, El Tiempo Latino and The Guide to Retirement Living Sourcebook; operating Washington Post Live and Washington Post News Media Services; operating a commercial printing and distribution business and a paper handling and storage business, including Comprint Printing; and the other operations conducted by Seller and its subsidiaries within PNM, GWP and RTW, but excluding the business of publishing Slate Magazine, Slate V, TheRoot.com and Foreign Policy (and excluding the websites related to such publications and operating FP Events) and the other Excluded Assets.

Examples of Post Business in a sentence

  1. Post Business has the meaning set forth in the Separation and Distribution Agreement.

Definition of Post Business in Amended and Restated Credit Agreement

Post Business means the Post(r) brand ready-to-eat cereal products business and any other businesses or operations that previously comprised the Borrower's branded cereal products reporting segment.


Definition of Post Business in Securities Purchase Agreement

Post Business means the publishing businesses conducted by Seller and its subsidiaries on the date of this Agreement, including publishing The Washington Post newspaper and the newspaper's internet site washingtonpost.com; publishing Fashion Washington, Capital Business, the internet sites The Capitol Deal and Service Alley, Express (and its websites ExpressNightOut.com and ReadExpress.com), The Gazette Newspapers (and their website Gazette.net), Southern Maryland Newspapers (and their website SoMdNews.com), Fairfax County Times (and its website FairfaxTimes.com), military newspapers produced by Comprint Military Publications (and their websites DCMilitary.com and DCMilitaryFamLife.com), Apartment Showcase, New Homes Guide, New Condominium Guide, El Tiempo Latino and The Guide to Retirement Living Sourcebook; operating Washington Post Live and Washington Post News Media Services; operating a commercial printing and distribution business and a paper handling and storage business, including Comprint Printing; and the other operations conducted by Seller and its subsidiaries within PNM, GWP and RTW, but excluding the business of publishing Slate Magazine, Slate V, TheRoot.com and Foreign Policy (and excluding the websites related to such publications and operating FP Events) and the other Excluded Assets.