Recent Examples of stockholder from the Web
The new offer would increase the cash amount payable to Qualcomm stockholders if the deal fails to close in one year – as well as pay a significant but undisclosed break-up fee should global regulators block the deal.
The letter states the company will prepare the documents for you and asks for information such as stockholders, board members, and officer positions.
Attorneys for the city have said repeatedly that this language, if taken literally, would require General Motors to list all of its stockholders in an offer to sell the city a maintenance truck or police cruiser.
Despite the publicist’s efforts, Winnick—who earned $700 million while his stockholders lost billions—became a symbol of the era’s wretched excess.
In September 1929 the Clarence Hatry fraud was uncovered in London and stockholders in the U.S. decided over the course of the next month to sell in New York.
The site gave Roy and Gold a direct channel to stockholders, allowing the two to get out their main message: Eisner was wasting the company’s money.
Cash that once went to stockholders will go to pay down debt.
Some stockholders will probably see benefits right out of the gate, as companies buy back stock.
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