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stockholder

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

See: member, shareholder
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For S corporations doing business in more than one state, or those S corporations with nonresident stockholders, many states require S corporations to pay a nonresident withholding tax based on the percentage of income allocated to the nonresident stockholders.
A special meeting of ADESA stockholders to consider and vote upon the proposed merger has been scheduled for March 28, 2007 at 10:00 am local time at ADESA's executive offices located at 13085 Hamilton Crossing Blvd.
This technique avoids the transfer for value rule, since the partnership continues to own the insurance policies on surviving stockholders B and C with no adverse income tax consequences.
This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including statements relating to the special meeting of Acquicor stockholders and the proposed merger with Jazz.
Smith stated, "As one of Phoenix's largest stockholders, we feel strongly that the Company should have the best possible board.
a) Complete the ADP voter instruction card or form of proxy, (b) vote against the merger proposal, (c) check the box for conversion on the ADP voter instruction card or form of proxy, and (d) submit the ADP voter instruction card or form of proxy before the date of the special meeting of stockholders.
The closing of the transaction is subject to the approval of Cold Spring's stockholders, not more than 19.
In order to redeem these rights, the company will pay the redemption price of one cent per right in cash to stockholders of record as of the close of business on Dec.
The Company and its directors, executive officers and certain other members of its management may be deemed to be soliciting proxies from the Company's stockholders in favor of the merger.
Solectron Corporation (NYSE:SLR), a leading provider of electronics manufacturing and integrated supply chain services, today announced that its Board of Directors has voted to terminate the company's stockholder rights plan, or "poison pill.
The board recommends that stockholders approve this transaction based upon its belief that accepting the offer from Vector and proceeding with the liquidation and dissolution of Tripos provides a greater certainty of value to our stockholders than the continued uncertainty of operating Tripos in its current form or under any other structure that we might reasonably put in place.
Stockholders of record December 15, 2006 will be mailed detailed information about the Plan and specific instructions on how to "opt out" of the Plan and elect to receive distributions in cash.