Division or Business Unit Performance Measures

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Division or Business Unit Performance Measures. Specified levels of revenue, operating income, pretax return on total capital, cost reduction goals, economic value added, or any combination of the foregoing, or any other financial measure of business unit and/or division performance as selected by the Committee for a specified performance or measurement period for purposes of this Plan, and as such measures may be adjusted for major nonrecurring and non-operating expense and income items, as determined by the Company and as acceptable to the... Committee in its sole discretion, based on the facts and circumstances involved, as determined pursuant to generally accepted accounting principles, and as consistently applied by the Committee View More
Division or Business Unit Performance Measures. Specified levels of revenue, operating income, pretax return on total capital, cost reduction goals, economic value added, or any combination of the foregoing, or any other financial or strategic measure of business unit and/or division performance as selected by the Committee for a specified performance or measurement period for purposes of this Plan, and as such measures may be adjusted for major nonrecurring and non-operating expense and income items, as determined by the Company and as... acceptable to the Committee in its sole discretion, based on the facts and circumstances involved, as determined pursuant to generally accepted accounting principles, and as consistently applied by the Committee involved View More
Division or Business Unit Performance Measures. Specified levels of revenue, operating income, profit, pretax return on total capital, cost reduction goals, economic value added, or any combination of the foregoing, or any other financial measure of business unit and/or division performance as selected by the Committee for a specified performance or measurement period for purposes of this Plan, and as such measures may be adjusted for major nonrecurring and non-operating expense and income items, as determined by the Company and as... acceptable to the Committee in its sole discretion, based on the facts and circumstances involved, as determined pursuant to generally accepted accounting principles, and as consistently applied by the Committee Committee. View More
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