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Tangible

Possessing a physical form that can be touched or felt.

Tangible refers to that which can be seen, weighed, measured, or apprehended by the senses. A tangible object is something that is real and substantial. An automobile is an example of tangible Personal Property.

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Tangible will offer its enterprise clients a broad range of integrated services such as Cloud/SaaS acceleration and enterprise-class security, along with a highly granular monitoring and analytics dashboard for delivering secure application and network performance, reliability and SLA attainment, said Kumar Mehta, Co-Founder and CDO, Versa Networks.
The specific events sponsored by GE Additive were "Lunch with Additive Manufacturing Experts" and "Ask GE Additive." Tangible Solutions is a major user of GE Additive's laser-based machines.
Water utility Aqua America Inc (NYSE:WTR) disclosed on Monday the launch of its concurrent public offerings of approximately USD1bn of its common stock and USD725m of its tangible equity units, with a stated amount of USD50 per unit.
" [I]n an August 22, 2014 report, Lemelson asserted that Ligand had 'issued 245 million in new debt, against tangible equity of just $21,000, giving rise to a debt to tangible equity ratio of 11,667 to 1 (that is $11,667 dollars [sic] in debt for every $1 in tangible common shareholder equity)' and that 'shareholders have only the protection of $21,000 in tangible equity to shield them from $245 million in debt' (the 'Tangible Equity Statement').
The Company undertakes no obligation to update or revise its estimate of tangible net book value.The estimated tangible net book value is unaudited and has not been verified or reviewed by any third party.
Leases of tangible property are generally treated as a sale or purchase of the property, and therefore require the collection of sales tax (or self-assessment of use tax) based on the full consideration in the transaction [NYCRR 20 section 526.7 (b)].
The investment in tangible fixed assets in the Construction sector was BGN 1 083 million and decreased by 28.5% compared to 2015.
Taxpayers were first required to apply the final tangible property regulations to their tax year 2014 filed returns.
Healthcare company Kindred Healthcare (NYSE:KND) on Monday launched concurrent underwritten public offerings of 5,000,000 shares of its common stock and 150,000 tangible equity units.
For special educators and speech-language pathologists who work among adults with multiple disabilities, tangible object symbols may be an appropriate avenue for communication enhancement.
High-net-worth homeowners can sufficiently protect their wealth if they have access to a 360-degree view of their tangible assets.
In recent years, more and more high net worth families are turning to tangible assets, and not just for their aesthetic value.