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Synonyms for shareholder

someone who holds shares of stock in a corporation

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Next came the paid actors; and lastly the shareholders, generally also actors, some or all of whom were the general managers.
He became one of the leading members, later one of the chief shareholders, of the company, and evidently enjoyed a substantial reputation as a playwright and a good, though not a great, actor.
Just so," said I; "and a warning to those shareholders would be an act of charity.
or more, will be ultimately realised to the shareholders by the hotel.
Under section 1295(a), a shareholder of a PFIC can elect QEF status for any taxable year during which the foreign corporation is a PFIC and for any subsequent year, whether or not it meets section 1296(a)'s income and asset test.
As a fellow shareholder, I am keenly aware that CAIT needs to improve.
The new family election alleviates this concern; regardless of the number of individuals comprising a "family" its status as a single shareholder does not change.
Part I of this two-part article discusses developments in S eligibility, election and termination issues during the past year (July 2005-June 2006), including changes related to the American Jobs Creation of Act of 2004 (AJCA), a notice that explains the family shareholder election procedure, and a case on permitted year-ends for S corporations.
Avoid the C corporate-level tax by paying the selling business' shareholders directly a license fee for shareholder-owned trademarks, trade names or franchises.
The groundwork for adjustments to shareholder basis is found in IRC section 1367.
While not legally binding, "the shareholder resolution by its very nature commands the attention of top management and ultimately the board of directors," says Nicole St.
Are they putting forward these ideas about shareholder involvement just to come up with some incredibly bureaucratic process?
Shareholder activism is on the rise in Japan, and a group of Osaka lawyers known as Kabunushi Ombudsman is leading the fight to force corporations make good their promises.
The term []United States Shareholder[] means any shareholder described in section 951(b) without regard to whether the foreign corporation is a controlled foreign corporation.