parent name

parent name

[′per·ənt ‚nām]
(chemistry)
That part of a chemical compound's name from which the name of a derivative comes; for example, ethane is the parent name for ethanol.
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Cintas Corporation (Nasdaq: CTAS) announced that its Uniforms To You division, an award-winning designer of uniforms for the hospitality, restaurant, gaming and transportation industries, is adopting the Cintas parent name, effective immediately.
and a member of NASD, sent a letter to the organization's nearly 6,000 broker/dealer members and has advertised under the parent name -- GS Hold.
For each transaction, Mergerstat researches over 200 fields of information on the buyer and seller, including parent name, address, product line, business description, SIC codes, synopsis and, where available, pricing and terms, seller financials, name and role of financial advisor, legal advisor and accountant.
Further, the company announced last year that the Optima FW parent name will be added to the boxes of the Medalist and SeeQuence2 replacement systems.