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eV

Symbol for electronvolt.

eV

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EV

(mathematics)

EV

(1) (eV) (Electron Volt) A unit of measurement in atomic systems. It is the change of one electron's worth of energy moving through a potential difference of one volt. See volt.

(2) See electric vehicle.

(3) (EVolution) See EV-DO.
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Of the sectors that were identified, the consumer products sector had the highest average allocation of enterprise value to goodwill, with 65pc attributed to it.
On average, interest coverage covenants protected about 20% of enterprise value while leverage covenants protected about 25%.
Once a private firm does indeed make enterprise value analysis a regular part of its planning and operating decisions, it can start measuring Value at Risk, or "VaR.
GM's OnStar was the judges' unanimous choice for this year's Grand CIO Enterprise Value Award because it delivers on so many critical dimensions: significant value to customers and the business; technical excellence behind the scenes with an extremely user-friendly front end; the social value of increasing the safety and security of drivers; and the continuous feedback loop of incorporating data from vehicle diagnostics into new car design.
Integrating risk management with strategy-setting transforms risk management from "avoiding and hedging bets" to a differentiating skill for protecting and enhancing enterprise value as management seeks to make the best bets in the pursuit of growth and returns.
The Enterprise Value Award is given to an organization that develops innovative approaches to using information technology to improve the delivery of goods and services and strengthens communications and management.
As the CIO Enterprise Value Award makes clear, our One Yield system demonstrates Marriott's strategic use of technology to deliver business value throughout our global enterprise.
Celebrity alleged that it sustained damages resulting from the outbreak, seeking attorney fees and costs for prior litigation as well as out-of-pocket losses, lost profits and loss of business enterprise value.

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