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Austral a person who keeps livestock
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His business talent was marked and before the end of his dramatic career he seems to have been receiving as manager, shareholder, playwright and actor, a yearly income equivalent to $25,000 in money of the present time.
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.
I don't exactly know about being a shareholder," the old man said nervously, "but I've certainly something to do with it.
The general definition of an S corporation includes restrictions on the type and number of shareholders, as well as the type of corporation that may qualify for the election.
Many businesses that are sold are owned by C corporations, which produces two levels of taxation in an asset sale: first at the corporate level on the assets' sale and second at the shareholder level when the net sales proceeds are distributed to the shareholders in a corporate liquidation.
But public companies, long accustomed to turning aside what they deemed as frivolous or wrongheaded resolutions put forth by shareholders, still frequently dig in their heels when challenged in proxy contests--whose results ordinarily are non-binding, anyway.
It is not uncommon for S corporation shareholders to make cash advances to the corporation during years when the company's operating results are unfavorable or cash is tight.
Producers of agrochemicals and related products are under fire from shareholders who are asking about potentially damaging environmental practices.
The Securities and Exchange Commission, sharpening its oversight in the aftermath of Wall Street scandals, has issued a report suggesting new rules to give shareholders more power to determine the makeup of corporate boards--a potentially strong blow to the power of CEOs.
SHAREHOLDERS HAVE WATCHED FROM the sidelines as Japanese corporations have muddled through the last decade or so.
shareholders that hold 10 percent or more of the vote of Canco, then such shareholders would be required to recognize their share of the all earnings and profits amount of Canco.