Net income before equity-based compensation expense (1) for the 2007 second quarter was $1.
What does EBC stand for?
EBC stands for Equity-Based Compensation (finance)
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We have 248 other meanings of EBC in our Acronym Attic
- Entreprises Bon Conseil (French: Good Business Counsel; Canada)
- Entretien Bâtiment Charente (France)
- Environmental Barrier Coating
- Environmental Biosafety Committee (US EPA)
- Environmental Business Council (Boston, MA)
- Environnement Bois Construction (French: Wood Construction Environment)
- Épernay Badminton Club (Épernay, France)
- Equal Bandwidth Channel
- Equipotential Bonding Conductor
- Equitable Banking Corporation (Philippines)
- Equivalent Boron Content
- Ermont Badminton Club (Ermont, France)
- Errored Block Count
- Esophageal Balloon Catheter
- Espace Bois Concept (French: Wood Space Concept)
- Espace Boisé Classé (French: Classified Wooded Area)
- Essential Boundary Condition (physics)
- Ethernet Bridge Card
- Ethernet Bundle Controller
- Ethernet Bundling Chip (Cisco)
Samples in periodicals archive:
FAS 123(R) rules require companies to recognize in their income statement the grant-date fair value of stock options and other equity-based compensation.
409A to equity-based compensation arrangements, permitted distributions and the election to defer compensation.
Among the topics covered in Executive Compensation the latest tax and securities law requirements; deferred compensation, including severance arrangements and stock options; ERISA obligations; the role of compensation committees; NYSE and Nasdaq rules on compensation for outside directors; equity-based compensation payable in stock; other cash incentive compensation; deferred compensation funding mechanisms; change of control arrangements; taxation of, and nondiscrimination policies for, fringe benefits; disclosure by public companies; compensation for exempt organizations; foreign employees; using life insurance in executive compensation packages; SEC rules under Section 16(b); and much more.
Net income before equity-based compensation expense (1) for the 2007 first quarter was $1.
Technically, the first phase of this project addresses accounting for equity-based compensation transactions with employees other than employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs).
Facts Situation 1 described a distribution of a business segment intended to enhance the value of a business's equity-based compensation plan.
Exclusions from GAAP Results The Company excludes the following from its GAAP results in presenting non-GAAP financial measures: - Equity-based compensation expenses.