Competing Business

Example Definitions of "Competing Business"
Competing Business. Shall mean any individual, corporation, partnership, business or other entity which operates or attempts to operate a business which provides, designs, develops, markets, engages in, produces or sells any products, services, or businesses which are the same or similar to those produced, marketed, invested in or sold by Company or any Affiliate.
Competing Business. Any business, individual, partnership, firm, corporation, or other entity that is competing or that is preparing to compete with the Company's business, of being a retailer of general merchandise, or a business specializing in home furnishings, home decor, housewares, or gift related items in the United States; and any other business the Company conducted, prepared to conduct, or materially contemplated conducting during the Executive's employment with the Company. The term "Competing Business"... shall include business of the type of, but not be limited to, the following entities: The TJX Companies, Inc. (including, without limitation, TJ Maxx, HomeGoods, Marshall's Mega Stores, and Marshall's, Inc.); Ross Stores, Inc.; Burlington Stores, Inc.; One Kings Lane, Inc.; Joss and Main (owned by Wayfair, LLC); Zulily, Inc.; Nordstrom Rack (owned by Nordstrom, Inc., but not including Nordstrom stores); Back Stage (owned by Macy's, Inc., but not including Macy's stores); Ollie's Bargain Outlet Holdings, Inc.;, Inc.; At Home Group Inc.; and Big Lots, Inc. View More
Competing Business. Any business that, in whole or in part, is the same or substantially the same as the Business.
Competing Business. Any business that involves the conception, development, sale, servicing, production, and/or delivery of a Competing Product or Service as of the relevant date of determination.
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