noncompetition love

Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to an agreement not to compete with another party
  • adj. A failure to compete

Etymologies

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non- +‎ competition

Examples

  • They had recently sold their company, an online design university Mr. Sohlberg founded, and signed a noncompetition agreement that conflicted them out of "everything," he said.

    Taste of Scandinavia, via Catskills

  • The suit alleges that the defendants are using a similar logo and menu, breaching a franchise and noncompetition agreement.

    This Hot Pizza War Is a Tale of Joe

  • The agreement also extends a noncompetition provision through January 2014

    Wal-Mart Picks New Finance Chief

  • Canadian National on Monday suspended Mr. Harrison's pension benefits and sought court approval to cancel them, saying that by expressing interest in the Canadian Pacific job, he had breached noncompetition obligations to Canadian National.

    Stakes Rise in Canadian Railroad Fight

  • Mr. Harrison said at that time that he is no longer bound by noncompetition obligations and has no plans to withdraw his interest in joining Canadian Pacific.

    Canadian National Railway Files Case Against Former CEO

  • The miner will now pay $6.02 billion to acquire a 40% stake in Cairn India from its parent, instead of $6.6 billion, after both the companies agreed to remove a noncompetition fee of 50 rupees $1.11 a share.

    Cairn, Vedanta Get India's OK

  • A noncompetition agreement with IAC means Meetic can't expand into the U.S.

    The King of Lonely Hearts

  • Prosecutors originally had alleged that Mr. Black, the former chairman of media conglomerate Hollinger International Inc., and other executives supported lavish lifestyles by siphoning millions of dollars from the company through bogus management fees and noncompetition agreements as Hollinger sold off many of its smaller newspapers.

    Conrad Black Sent Back to Prison for 13 Months

  • Operating profit, which the company defines as pre-exceptional profit including associates and excluding interest, taxes and amortization relating to Online trade names, affiliate relationships and noncompetition agreements, rose 21% in the period.

    William Hill Shares Surge

  • In Mr. Black's case, prosecutors had alleged that Mr. Black, the former chairman of Hollinger International Inc., and other executives supported lavish lifestyles by siphoning off millions from the company through bogus management fees and noncompetition agreements as Hollinger sold off many of its smaller newspapers.

    High Court Sides With Skilling, Black

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