[ US /ˈʃɛɹˌhoʊɫdɝ/ ]
[ UK /ʃˈe‍əhə‍ʊldɐ/ ]
  1. someone who holds shares of stock in a corporation
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How To Use shareholder In A Sentence

  • Indeed, the schemes of co-determination in Germany constitute functioning examples of shareholders sharing control with one other stakeholder group, namely the employees.
  • If it became possible for shareholders to sue firms where those firms might reasonably have protected them from insider trading, corporate Australia's complaisance towards insider trading could take a healthy hit.
  • Complicated cross-shareholdings in the keiretsu style are typical in Asia, where controlling families and their cronies siphon much wealth away from shareholders.
  • Companies make use of sokaiya to settle many kinds of trouble, to collect underground information, and to suppress common shareholders.
  • That largesse extends to shareholders, who will receive a 25p special dividend. Times, Sunday Times
  • The company's shareholders have voted to remove the executive board.
  • The new shareholder has declared the intention to conclude agreements with the plant's creditors and restore the production.
  • This is increasingly a focus of activist shareholders, including hedge funds.
  • The proposed acquisition, which must be approved by shareholders, values the two networks at about $ 16 a share.
  • Cadbury dismisses 'derisory' Kraft bid food giant Kraft yesterday, labelling it "derisory" and "unattractive" and calling on its shareholders to turn it down. - Articles related to Cadbury chief prefers Hershey to Kraft as bid battle looms larger
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