from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Cloth especially made for men's waistcoats: most commonly in the plural.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun Cloth for vests; a vest pattern.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun law The
entitlementof an employeeto receive the full benefit of a pensionat normal retirement age or a reduced pension upon early retirement even upon change of employerbefore retirement.
- noun law The
entitlementof an employeeto exercise a stock option after a predetermined period of time.
- noun Cloth for making
- noun A vest
- verb Present participle of
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That are still there, with a longer term vesting, but with a much higher strike price than, obviously, where the stock is today.
What stock options were accelerated in vesting as part of the December 2005 termination contract that McGavick signed?
Put in your offer as xyz title vesting tba in escrow.
But the idea of vesting multi-jurisdictional MPOs, each covering a metropolitan area, with defined political responsibilities is a good one.
Tim Geithner's core regulatory proposal, namely vesting in the Federal
Say you got options valued at $60,000 when they were granted, but you can't cash them in for three years -- the so-called vesting period.
As to the idea of vesting the Government in Lords Justices, or taking any step for throwing up the Government in the interval, except with the consent and by the direction of the Prince of
Pursuant to the employee plan, these TSARs may be exercised upon vesting, which is between 24 months and 36 months after the grant date, and will expire after 10 years.
CalPERS covered employees are eligible for pension benefits after vesting, which is normally five years, and is calculated by a preset contract formula.
Socialize ALL Land (True Socialism defined as the vesting of ownership of Land back in the community as a whole) 2.