NBO

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AcronymDefinition
NBONetwork Byte Order
NBONetwork Bus Object
NBONetwork Business Opportunity
NBONetwork Bandwidth Optimization
NBONetworked Business Object
NBONew Business Office
NBONatural Bond Orbital
NBONetwork Byte Order (TCP/IP)
NBONew Business Opportunity
NBONational Building Organization
NBONorwegian Baroque Orchestra (est. 1988)
NBONetwork Build Out
NBONon-Profit Brand Orientation
NBONeighborhood Box Office, Inc.
NBONetworked Business Objects
NBONational Business Online (New Zealand directory)
NBONational Brand Owner
NBONairobi, Kenya - Jomo Kenyatta International (Airport Code)
NBONon-Binding Offer
NBONovell Branch Office (business office management solution)
NBONever Be Ordinary
NBONext Bus Out (emergency parts shipment)
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Summary: Etihad one of ten companies submitting non-binding offers for Alitalia, Italian media reports
In December 2012 Welsh Government made a non-binding offer of PS55m.
This follows Zain's acceptance of a non-binding offer from the consortium to acquire such shares, being 25 per cent of the total issued shares of Zain KSA, as previously announced by each of Zain, KHC and Batelco, the statement said.
THE Kingdom Holding Company-Batelco Consortium has received acceptance of its non-binding offer from the board of directors of Zain Kuwait.
The non-binding offer and a preliminary expression of interest will be valid until March 14, Kingdom Holding said.
Kingdom, owned by Saudi billionaire and Citigroup investor Prince Talal bin Alwaleed, made a non-binding offer on Jan.31 for Zain's 25-per cent stake in Zain Saudi.
The indicative non-binding offer for Island was made on October 15 on the basis of 1 new San Leon share for every 2.3 Island shares.
5 on a possible non-binding offer for Alitalia, a person familiar with the situation said.
VNU continues its talks with a private equity consortium over a proposed buy-out of the company and its Supervisory and Executive Boards expect to provide their view on the non-binding offer by the end of February.
The chairman of the Paris-based utilities, communications and construction company said he had made a non-binding offer for the group, which is jointly owned by Cable & Wireless and US group MediaOne.
TSR announced that it sent a letter on behalf of the Board of Directors of the Company to Robert Fitzgerald, president of stockholder QAR Industries, Inc., rejecting QAR's non-binding offer contained in its letter, dated November 14, 2018, to acquire all of the common stock of the Company not already owned by QAR for $6.25 per share.
The company said it was working with advisors to consider the terms of the non-binding offer.