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Controlling Interest

 

the block of stocks that ensures to its holder the de facto control of a corporation. The controlling interest is concentrated in the hands of the magnates of financial capital, who through the pyramiding system can be sole masters of a corporation even when they control only 20–30 percent or in some cases even a much smaller percentage of the shares.

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He was a supervisor in the warehouse before starting work alongside a buyer controlling stock intakes.
Today we associate the walking stick with the elderly but on the farm the stick was needed for walking and for controlling stock.
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But if the shareholder would like to retain a controlling stock ownership, he can keep his common stock and instead receive rent payments.
Under a plan to preserve that independence, the controlling stock of The Union Leader and its sibling New Hampshire Sunday News, was donated recently to a school named for the papers' late publisher.
It has set up 5 Pan-Area breweries in North China, Central China, East China and South China by controlling stock, participating stock or merger, and another 5 subsidiary bottling plants in Guangdong Province by adopting the production pattern of "Centralized Brewing and Scattered Bottling".
1912 - James Wright Brown purchases controlling stock, 51%, in E&P