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Encyclopedia > Shareholder concept

As expressed in business studies, the shareholder concept is the theory that a company only has responsibilities to its shareholders and owners, and should work solely to benefit these people. Accordingly, the company's short and long term objectives will be to maximise profits for the shareholders.

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Stakeholders and Shareholders concept (http://www.tutor2u.net/business/accounts/stakeholder_theory.htm)

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stakeholder concept

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Comments of P. C. Clapman on S7-19-03 (1805 words)
The broad policy issues raised by the concept of shareholder access into the nomination process have been well argued and debated in a large number of conferences and forums examining the issues.
Proposed Rule 14a-10 would, upon the occurrence of a triggering event, provide shareholders with substantial holdings a means for putting forth their own nominees, albeit not in a number sufficient to constitute a majority of the subject company's board.
Shareholders who intend to take advantage of the opportunities provided in Proposed Rule 14a-10 should recognize the need to develop a plan to ensure that exercise of the rule is successful and provides beneficial results for all shareholders.
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