Form 8-K

Business / Finance / Form 8-K: The form required by the SEC for a change in the holdings of an individual owning 10% or more of the outstanding stock or in the holdings of a company officer.

Other Words for Form

Form Noun Synonyms: blank, model, format, frame, framework, course, procedure, order, regimen, method, system, ritual, formula, rule(s), practice, technique, way, means, approach, mode, fashion, manner, style
Form Verb Synonyms: acquire, develop, cultivate, contract, get
Form Adjective Synonyms: shape, configuration, conformation, order, organization, arrangement, formation, construction, structure, construct, frame, cut, cast, mould, pattern, appearance, manifestation
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8-K

Business / Taxes / 8-K: The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) requires that all publicly traded companies use Form 8-k to report anything that could have a significant effect on the financial position of the company o MORE

Performance Standards

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Performance Standards: The tasks, functions or behavioral requirements established by the employer as goals to be accomplished by an employee. MORE

Performance Shares

Business / Finance / Performance Shares: Shares of stock given to managers on the basis of performance as measured by earnings per share and similar criteria. A control device shareholders sometimes use to tie management to the self-interest MORE

Performance Scoring System

Entertainment / Fantasy Football / Performance Scoring System: A scoring system where players are given bonus points for passing/rushing/receiving milestones. For instance, some leagues will award one point for every 10 rushing yards. Or maybe five points for eve MORE

Performance Stock

Business / Finance / Performance Stock: High-growth stock in a company that retains earnings for further growth and therefore pays no dividends, but that an investor feels has significant future potential. MORE

Performance-Based Pay

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Performance-Based Pay: A variable pay strategy that pays employees based on their individual performance and contributions, rather than the value of the job they are performing. MORE

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