With a high proportion ascribed to goodwill, many companies are placing a large percentage of enterprise value
at risk of impairment under current volatile economic conditions.
The income approach to determine the business enterprise value
is, therefore, the ceiling figure the buyer would consider.
Fitch compared the estimated enterprise value
of the firm at covenant breach -- when lenders could intervene to influence borrower behavior; or, if the situation warranted, declare a default -- to the 'stressed' enterprise value
that would exist at the point Fitch's analysts expect that the firm would likely be forced to default on its obligations.
Only by measuring enterprise value
can one know for sure.
7 /PRNewswire/ -- CIO Magazine selected OnStar by General Motors the winner of the 2006 Annual CIO Grand Enterprise Value
Award last night at the magazine's CIO|06: Year Ahead Conference in Phoenix, Ariz.
is one of the largest publicly traded energy partnerships with an enterprise value
of approximately $18 billion, and is a North American provider of midstream energy services to producers and consumers of natural gas, NGLs and crude oil.
Integrating risk management with strategy-setting, such as an enterprise risk management (ERM) approach, helps an organization manage its risks to protect and enhance enterprise value
in three ways.
Richman announced today that the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare (DPW) has been awarded the prestigious 2005 CIO Magazine Enterprise Value
Award for its Home and Community Services Information System (HCSIS).
said today that it is the hospitality industry winner of CIO magazine's 2005 CIO Enterprise Value
Award for its One Yield revenue management system.
This plan of reorganization and the quarterly budget system became the basis for determining Peregrine's enterprise value
The ruling dismisses the claims against Essef for lost enterprise value
($135 million) as a matter of law, and grants a new trial on the lost profits claim ($47.