Recent Examples of shareholder from the Web
The reason, in short: there's shareholder value in them thar streetlights.
The decision comes at a pivotal time for Snap: on Monday, the company’s stock lockup expired, meaning that early shareholders were legally allowed to trade Snap’s stock for the first time since the company’s March I.P.O.
The boards of both companies have already approved the transaction, which still requires regulatory and shareholder approvals.
Ackman, who is the company’s largest shareholder, has seen the value of his stake slide $112.4 million since early Tuesday to about $1 billion.
The thinking is that private shareholders will demand more from SOEs, especially if their investment is combined with a seat on the board.
As earlier shareholders of Volkswagen could tell you, that’s at least twice as good as the alternative.
That makes the total value for Worldpay shareholders 385 pence per share, a premium of 18.9% to the firm's stock close on Monday, but down from the high of 409.5 pence the share price hit on Wednesday before the announcement.
Buffett is also the largest shareholder in Wells Fargo, a stake that has drawn some controversy following Wells Fargo’s sales practices scandal.
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SHAREHOLDER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of shareholder for English Language Learners
: someone who owns shares in a company or business
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