value for

value someone or something for something

to hold someone or something in esteem for a particular quality. I value him for his skill in negotiation. I value this car for its speed and dependability.
See also: value
References in periodicals archive ?
Dividing the net income of $1 million by the capitalization rate of 14% produces a value for ABC Foundry of about $7.
Create stretch goals for using technology to generate greater value for stakeholders.
Then, these adjusted sale prices are correlated into an opinion of market value for the historic property.
The formula in cell M5, --PV(B15,J5,, K5*L5), computes the present value of the probability-weighted intrinsic value for the topmost terminal node (H5) in exhibit 1.
And all other public and private companies will use fair value for years beginning after Dec.
8%) while the dollar value for those deals increased from $541 million in 2003 to $1.
35% of the initial value for the first year, and 59.
Second, embedded value provides a sound basis for helping employees understand which of their actions and behaviors help create value for the company and can be used to establish incentive programs that reward employees for those behaviors.
Output traits focus on adding value for downstream end users--including industrial purchasers and consumers--through specification and differentiation.
If you plan to rebuild and have not planned properly to secure full value for your loss, you might be forced to borrow money or spend money you have set aside for other purposes.
For more than 10 years, an increasingly popular concept has been that the only sustainable sources of value for today's corporations are their organizational capabilities - capabilities such as innovation, speed, knowledge and continual learning, adaptability, and collaboration.
Clients may mistake the contractual price set in a buy-sell agreement as the value for filing Small Business/Self-Employed Form 706, U.