market area

market area

A managed healthcare term for the targeted geographic area or areas in which a principal market potential is located, which often overlaps with a health maintenance organisations (HMO’s) defined service area.
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ATC currently markets about 100 MMcf/d of gas into the Northern Natural market area.
These market areas, determined by consumer needs and business realities, would be united under a privately operated federation, which would link each market area to the others through advanced technologies.
NASDAQ: SNTV) today announced plans to further expand its Ohio presence by entering the Dayton, Ohio, market area next year.
Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, LP (NYSE: BWP) announced today that its subsidiary, Texas Gas Transmission, LLC, is initiating a third expansion of its market area storage.
The company believes the market area focus allows it to better plan and coordinate its business operations, to take advantage of new growth opportunities, and enables the company to more efficiently serve its customers.
Through its nineteen offices, the Bank offers a full-range of financial services to individuals, businesses and municipalities within its market area.
These significant accomplishments pay tribute to our QUEST FOR EXCELLENCE Operating Philosophy, our superb Leadership Group and Associates and reflect the continuing emergence of our primary market area as one of the fastest growing in the nation.
Collier Jennings was founded in 1974 and offers insurance and related insurance products to the retail market in the Aiken, South Carolina and Augusta, Georgia market area through its three subsidiaries: Collier-Jennings, Inc.
MasterBrand is among the largest employers in the Company's market area and is the largest operating division of Fortune Brands, Inc.
Such statements are subject to certain risks and uncertainties including changes in economic conditions in the Company's market area, changes in policies by regulatory agencies, fluctuations in interest rates, demands for loans in the Company's market area and competition, that could cause actual results to differ materially from historical earnings and those presently anticipated or projected.
According to the economic definition, a product's market area should include all buyers and sellers whose interactions determine price (Dranove, Shanley, and Simon 1983).
We prove that, with an appropriate generalization of the disincentive index, equilibrium prices for a single market area are also optimal for multiple market areas.