It normally is defined as cash flow from operations less all dividend payments.
The ability of the company to pay all dividends is reflected by cash flow from operations divided by total dividend payments.
Leverage, as measured by total debt to cash flow from operations, was 1.
Annual free cash flow (cash flow from operations minus capital spending, capitalized development costs, and dividends) was $1.
NYSE: CDN) (Nasdaq: CDN) today announced that a new design production flow from
Japan's Semiconductor Technology Academic Research Center (STARC), developed using Cadence technology, has delivered 50 percent reduction in power consumption on designs.
Given the outlook for improving revenue across most businesses and a halt in the negative working capital trend in the first half, SPX's forecast for cash flow from
operations (defined by Fitch to exclude the effect of accounts receivable sales) in the second half of 2004 appears attainable at roughly $400 million, similar to the second half of 2003 (excluding approximately $60 million of pretax cash proceeds in 2003 from the Microsoft settlement).
The new pDfx-Compliant flow from
Magma is another in a long line of its innovations," said Michael Buehler-Garcia, vice president of DFM at PDF Solutions.
Together we intend to deliver a complete design flow from
RTL code to a final GDSII output for manufacturing.
Today's production work flow products are created using a process that involves interviewing individual workers, mapping out an operational flow from
an external perspective, and employing a software programmer to institute the system.