Recent Examples of stakeholder from the Web
Ecologists need to spend more time engaged in two-way communication with stakeholders, rather than just pushing out the latest research to decision-makers.
Trump remained steadfast in asserting that the benefits reaped by wealthier corporate stakeholders will trickle down to employees, a key plank of his tax plan’s logic.
During the trustees’ meeting Jan. 18, Board Vice President Dave True said Portch will have dinner with Nichols then have intensive meetings on campus and with university stakeholders.
Airbnb’s vision is to serve all its stakeholders — not just investors and employees, but the hosts and guests who comprise its marketplace and the surrounding world, Chesky wrote.
The workshop will provide citizens and stakeholders with the opportunity to share their thoughts on creating a successful green infrastructure network by participating in open discussion and group exercises.
Executives declined to say which factories the company would be closing, citing the need to consult with unions, work councils and other stakeholders.
Industry and other stakeholders visit the Department of Energy on a daily basis.
In September 2017, conservative media mogul Rupert Murdoch’s company News Corp. invested £4.6 million ($6.3 million) in Babe’s parent company, Tab, making it a minority stakeholder.
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