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Other big stockholders include the investing firms Tiger Global, TCV and the Chinese conglomerate Tencent, each of which controls between 5% and 10% of the stock.
The British colonies were settled by entities that had stockholders and were governed by charters— essentially, by corporations.
Elaine’s Shares The settlement doesn’t cover claims by Steve Wynn’s ex-wife, Elaine Wynn, who has been trying to get out from under a 2010 stockholder agreement that ties her up 10 percent stake in the company.
That statutory license also includes a carve-out for works not covered by federal law and SiriusXM has availed itself of that deduction, like any business accountable to stockholders would.
Current Rite Aid stockholders, who must still approve the deal, can choose to exchange 10 shares of Rite Aid stock for one share of Albertsons common stock plus $1.83 in cash or 1.079 shares of Albertsons stock.
Its stockholders have said the company brings such prestige that a breakup would be devastating.
The company credited federal tax reform and strong results recently for allowing it to free up hundreds of millions of dollars in additional cash for stockholders, employees and the community.
Maybe there will eventually be commercial applications, but with no stockholders demanding a return on investment, there’s no pressure to limit the research to only the projects that are closest to being monetized.
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Definition of stockholder for English Language Learners
: someone who owns stock in a company
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