working control


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working control

n.
Control over enough votes in a voting body to wield decisive power, as in a corporation or legislature.
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The sum-total of time worked and the non-exempt status of the individual working control the decision.
Though the company is publicly owned, working control and ownership have been retained by its chairman, Rupert Murdoch, and his family.
According to Garver, the model required that a working control system be designed and integrated with an unsteady flow hydraulic model.
In the new system, the previous 4-inch working control valve and the 6-inch ball valve have been removed and replaced by one 6-inch working control valve as shown in Figure 2.
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as a result of Fidenas' proposed transaction, Fidenas would obtain working control of the company without paying an appropriate control premium or establishing any mechanisms for the protection of you, our public shareholders (such as the formation of a special committee of non-affiliate, non-management directors to remain inplace for three years, whose approval would be required for any transactions with the majority shareholder or its officer or director designees, as Emerson had negotiated in the former Securities Purchase Agreement with Semi-Tech); and
BIGP would use the purported tender offer to gain working control of the Fund and, we believe, implement strategies that, we believe, are harmful to the Fund and its long-term stockholders.
However, in order to provide a fair election system that gave all limited partners a meaningful right to vote in the election of directors and, for instance, to not give working control of the Partnership to a single limited partner, the election provision limited the voting power of any single limited partner to 20%.
Burnham Securities auto analyst Mr David Healy said: "To make sense, a major equity investment would have to involve some sort of working control from Detroit.
BreitBurn believes that this lawsuit is part of a campaign by Quicksilver to gain working control of the partnership to serve its own ends.