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values

Medspeak-UK
The foundation of an individual’s thoughts, feelings, beliefs and attitudes.
 
Psychology
The constellation of general yet relatively abstract attitudes that people have as guiding principles behind specific convictions and actions. Values represent the principles on which one defines oneself in the universe.
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It noted further that the stipulated facts did not evidence collusion or side deals between the parties as to the original gifts or the conversions of the dollar values into percentages in March 1996.
FAS 157 provides this new definition of fair value: "Fair value is the price that would be received to sell an asset or paid to transfer a liability in an orderly transaction between market participants at the measurement date.
Whether you are passing the business down to the next generation, establishing an employee stock ownership plan or selling the business, you will need to have a firm value attached to your company.
Specifically, the FIST values contend that for military program management and technology development, speed is good, lower costs are good, simplicity is good, and smallness is good.
In column M the intrinsic values of the option are multiplied by their respective probabilities (column L).
gt;Measure Fair Value of the Acquiree Measuring the fair value of the acquiree represents the most significant change from the purchase method of accounting used today.
Though the issue of 'icon' buildings is hotly and all too often superficially debated, it certainly suggests the existence of a rarefied system of values which at the very least constitutes a particular relationship between cultural, social and economic worth.
Many of the values will be based on inputs and methods selected by management.
An insurer that correctly understands the varying needs and values of customers in relation to its products and capabilities can identify why its offerings should be attractive to each group of customers.
The metrologist relates the expected values of the sampling distributions for the results of measurement to the value of the measurand.
But uncertainty still exists concerning where the greatest value creation potential ultimately will lie.
Values assigned to other tangible assets, like widgets, and intangible assets, like patents, can reduce future earnings.