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stockholder

n. shareholder in a corporation. (See: shareholder)

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Analyzing the third peripheral hypothesis: the relationship between earning quality and the stock holders' salary return
Lundin Petroleum is to make a cash offer to Coparex International's minority stock holders to buy the remaining capital of the French company at a price of USD128.43 per share, corresponding to the maximum price which BNP Paribas could receive, added the press release.
Thermo Electron placed the tender offer for any and all outstanding common stock held by minority Spectra-Physics stock holders in August 2001.
For treasury stocks, stock holders would be authorized to set the number of shares, their categories as well as back-buy prices at annual general meetings.
Anti-dilution clauses also protect the venture capitalists at the expense of the common stock holders from equity dilution if fundraising occurs at lower company valuation because the firm is not doing well.
The 2000 survey revealed that 45% of technology-focused investors consider themselves aggressive investors, which is double the rate for other mutual fund and stock holders. Their aggressive investment style was reflected in their actions over the past year when technology stocks dominated booth the TSE 300 and Nasdaq indices.
Says McHenry: "We are major stock holders in NetCom Solutions South Africa.
Farmington Hills, Michigan-based Compuware said it had struck a deal with Viasoft to extend the deadline for Viasoft common stock holders to decide whether to accept the $9 per share offer for the company until this Friday.
Mohawk will issue 4.9 million shares of its common stock to World's stock holders, the Shaheen family, which began World in 1954.
Because the preferred stock holders were able to participate in the election of directors, the IRS concluded that the preferred stock was voting stock for purposes of section 1504(a).
It is a move he dislikes because he has to give up control of his operations to stock holders.
Worthen is the state's biggest financial holding company with 10 banks and $1.8 billion in assets, and stock holders are hoping Worthen will be the first to sell.