Blackout Period

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Blackout Period. With respect to a registration, a period, in each case commencing on the day immediately after the Company notifies the Purchasers that they are required, because of the occurrence of an event of the kind described in Section 4(f) hereof, to suspend offers and sales of Registrable Securities during which the Company, in the good faith judgment of its Board of Directors, determines (because of the existence of, or in anticipation of, any acquisition, financing activity, or other transaction... involving the Company, or the unavailability for reasons beyond the Company's control of any required financial statements, disclosure of information which is in its best interest not to publicly disclose, or any other event or condition of similar significance to the Company) that the registration and distribution of the Registrable Securities to be covered by such Registration Statement, if any, would be seriously detrimental to the Company and its stockholders and ending on the earlier of (1) the date upon which the material non-public information commencing the Blackout Period is disclosed to the public or ceases to be material and (2) such time as the Company notifies the selling Holders that the Company will no longer delay such filing of the Registration Statement, recommence taking steps to make such Registration Statement effective, or allow sales pursuant to such Registration Statement to resume View More
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Blackout Period. With respect to a registration, a period, in each case commencing on the day immediately after the Company notifies the Purchasers that they are required, because of the occurrence of an event of the kind described in Section 4(f) hereof, to suspend offers and sales of Registrable Securities period during which the Company, in the good faith judgment of its Board board of Directors, directors, determines (because of the existence of, or in anticipation of, any acquisition, financing activity,... or other transaction involving the Company, or the unavailability for reasons beyond the Company's control of any required financial statements, disclosure of information which is in its best interest not to publicly disclose, or any other event or condition of similar significance to the Company) that the registration and distribution of the Registrable Securities to be covered by such Registration Statement, registration statement, if any, or the filing of an amendment to such registration statement in the circumstances described in Section 4(f), would be seriously detrimental to the Company and its stockholders stockholders, in each case commencing on the day the Company notifies the Holders that they are required, because of the determination described above, to suspend offers and sales of Registrable Securities and ending on the earlier of (1) the date upon which the material non-public non- public information commencing resulting in the Blackout Period is disclosed to the public or ceases to be material and (2) such time as the Company notifies the selling Holders that the Company will no longer delay such filing of the Registration Statement, recommence taking steps to make such Registration Statement effective, or allow sales pursuant to such Registration Statement to resume or a new or amended Registration Statement may resume. View More
Blackout Period. With respect to a registration, a period, in each case commencing on the day immediately after the Company notifies the Purchasers that they are required, because of the occurrence of an event of the kind described in Section 4(f) hereof, to suspend offers and sales of Registrable Securities period during which the Company, in the good faith judgment of its Board board of Directors, directors, determines (because of the existence of, or in anticipation of, any acquisition, financing activity,... or other transaction involving the Company, or the unavailability for reasons beyond the Company's control of any required financial statements, disclosure of information which is in its best interest not to publicly disclose, or any other event or condition of similar significance to the Company) that the registration and distribution of the Registrable Securities to be covered by such Registration Statement, registration statement, if any, would be seriously detrimental to the Company and its stockholders stockholders, in each case commencing on the day immediately after the Company notifies the Holders that they are required, because of the determination described above, to suspend offers and sales of Registrable Securities and ending on the earlier of (1) the date upon which the material non-public information commencing resulting in the Blackout Period is disclosed to the public or ceases to be material and (2) such time as the Company notifies the selling Holders that the Company will no longer delay such filing of the Registration Statement, recommence taking steps to make such Registration Statement effective, or allow sales pursuant to such Registration Statement to or a new or amended Registration Statement may resume View More
Blackout Period. With Means, with respect to a registration, a period, in each case commencing on the day immediately after the Company notifies the Purchasers and Aegis that they are required, because of the occurrence of an event of the kind described in Section 4(f) hereof, required to suspend offers and sales of Registrable Securities pursuant to Section 4(f) hereof, during which the Company, in the good faith judgment of a majority of the members of its Board of Directors, after the advice of counsel,... determines (because of (i) the existence of, or in anticipation of, any material acquisition, financing activity, activity or other fundamental transaction involving the Company, or (ii) the unavailability unavailability, for reasons beyond the Company's control control, of any required financial statements, statements or other required disclosure of information which is in its best interest not to publicly disclose, or (iii) any other event or condition of similar significance to the Company) that the registration and distribution of the Registrable Securities to be covered by such Registration Statement, a registration statement, if any, would be seriously detrimental to the Company and its stockholders and ending stockholders; provided that such period shall end on the earlier of (1) the date upon which the material non-public information commencing the Blackout Period is disclosed circumstance giving rise to the public or ceases commencement of the period would no longer cause the registration and distribution of the Registrable Securities to be seriously detrimental to the Company and its stockholders (e.g., the material acquisition, financing or other fundamental transaction is consummated or the unavailable financial statements or other required disclosure is publicly disclosed) and (2) such time as the Company (A) notifies the selling Holders that the Company will no longer delay such filing of the Registration Statement, recommence taking registration statement, (B) recommences steps to make such Registration Statement effective, registration statement effective or allow (C) allows sales pursuant to such Registration Statement registration statement to resume resume; provided, further that (a) the Company shall limit its use of Blackout Periods, in the aggregate, to 60 Trading Days in any rolling 12-month period and (b) no Blackout Period may commence sooner than 30 days after the end of a prior Blackout Period. View More
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Blackout Period. The period (A) beginning 90 days prior to the date the Company expects to file a Registration Statement for a public offering (other than a registration statement relating to any employee benefit plan, or a registration statement related solely to stock issued upon conversion of debt securities) and, in the event no such Registration Statement is filed, ending on the earlier of 90 days thereafter or the date that that the Company no longer expects to file such Registration Statement or, in the... event such a Registration Statement is filed, ending on the last day of the distribution (as contemplated in Regulation M under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended) of such public offering of securities; or (B) beginning on the date following a determination of the Company's board of directors made in the good faith judgment of such board of directors that it would be materially detrimental to the Company and its stockholders for such Registration Statement to be effected at such time, ending on the earlier of 90 days thereafter or the date on which the Company's board of directors determines that it would no longer be materially detrimental to the Company and its stockholders for such Registration Statement to be effected at such time View More
Blackout Period. Means such day or days, not to exceed five (5) consecutive Trading Days or fifteen (15) Trading Days in the aggregate in any consecutive twelve (12) month period, with respect to which the Board of Directors of the Company determines in good faith (a) that an amendment or supplement to a Registration Statement or prospectus contained therein is necessary, in light of subsequent events, in order to correct a material misstatement made therein or to include information the absence of which would... render such Registration Statement or such prospectus materially misleading and (b) that the filing of such amendment or supplement would result in the disclosure of information which the Company has a bona fide business purpose for preserving as confidential; provided that in no event shall a Blackout Period occur more than once in any twelve (12) month period. View More
Blackout Period. Means the period beginning on the last Business Day of each fiscal quarter and ending at 9:00 a.m. Dallas time on the third full Business Day following the date of the public release of the Company's earnings results for such quarter.
Blackout Period. Is defined in paragraph 4(a) of this letter agreement.
Blackout Period. Means the periods set forth from time to time in the Company's insider trading policy applicable to executive officers and directors, as reasonably adopted by the Company and provided in writing to Tencent (the "Policy"), during which directors, officers and employees of the Company are unable to trade in the Company's securities; Tencent shall be notified in writing reasonably promptly after any change to the Policy (it being understood that prior to receipt of such notice, Tencent may operate... hereunder as if the prior Policy remained in effect). View More
Blackout Period. A period in which the trading of Shares or other securities of the Company is restricted under the Company's Insider Trading and Corporate Communications Policy or other policy of the Company then in effect.
Blackout Period. A broadly applicable and regularly scheduled period during which trading in PubCo's securities would not be permitted under the PubCo's insider trading policy
Blackout Period. A period of time when, pursuant to any policies of the Company or other periods as designated by the Company, designated Persons may not trade in securities of the Company.
Blackout Period. A period during which there is a prohibition on trading in the Company's securities imposed by the Company on Insiders.
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