Cash Flow from Operations

Example Definitions of "Cash Flow from Operations"
Cash Flow from Operations. Cash flow from operations as disclosed by the Company in periodic reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, excluding working capital investments in the Eaton, SRT and Mesa programs (or similar programs), special charges or unusual or infrequent items incurred during the performance period, and as adjusted for changes in generally accepted accounting principles
Cash Flow from Operations. Cash flow from operations as disclosed by the Company in its periodic reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, excluding working capital investments in the Eaton, SRT and Mesa programs (or Delta and/or Eaton programs, or similar programs), programs, special charges or unusual or infrequent items incurred during the performance period, and as adjusted for changes in generally accepted accounting principles
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Cash Flow from Operations. Company's operating cash flow for those Fiscal Years as presented on the Company's Statement of Cash Flows in its Forms 10-K for such Fiscal Years.
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