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stockholder

Austral a person who keeps livestock
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On the contrary, as the new railroad brings with it great trade and a constant influx of strangers, the lord of Vanity Fair is its chief patron, and the capitalists of the city are among the largest stockholders. Many passengers stop to take their pleasure or make their profit in the Fair, instead of going onward to the Celestial City.
"Inquiries are now being made at the offices, but I fear that the complete register of the stockholders of these South American concerns is in South America, and that some weeks must elapse before we can trace the shares."
Catalytica Energy Systems, Inc., a leading provider of emissions solutions for the transportation and power generation industries, recently announced that its board of directors has approved an amendment to the company's stockholder rights plan providing for an increase from 15 percent to 20 percent the threshold of ownership by an acquiring person of the company's common stock that would cause the rights, with certain exceptions, to become exercisable.
Since she began gaining attention for her distressed constructions in the mid-'80s, Jessica Stockholder's sluggish, amateurish, temperamental interventions with paint have displaced the familiarity that clings in the everyday objects in her three-dimensional compositions and emphasized abstract values instead.
Under the terms of the merger agreement, each stockholder of SAGA Systems will receive $11.50 in cash per share of common stock.
According to the IRS, the cumulative effect of all these provisions -- the director class voting requirement, the stockholder class voting requirements, the mandatory dividend provision, and the objectionable action provision -- was to reduce the voting power of the class C common stock to well below 80 percent.
"The stockholder's role is to work together with the user and producer to look for effective and efficient solutions," said Mr Polson.
And there was undoubtedly some truth to the charge by investors that this law substantially removed stockholder over sight from corporate managers and their performance.
To assess the current state of knowledge, the present work examines the thirty-nine studies found to have been published from 1980 to 1993 on the effects of bank mergers on efficiency, profitability, or stockholder wealth.
The CHC determination is made annually on the basis of a four-part test as follows: 1) no more than one class of stock outstanding; 2) each stockholder must be entitled through stock ownership to occupy the residential unit; 3) distributions to stockholders must be from earnings and profits of the corporation unless they are liquidating distributions; and 4) 80% or more of the gross income for the taxable year must be derived from tenant-stockholders.
Carl Icahn issued an open letter to Occidental Petroleum (OXY) shareholders, saying that holders should demand that the company set a record date for the proposed consent solicitation and remove four Occidental directors, elector four new directors, and fix the company's bylaws to provide "basic stockholder rights." "OXY has repeatedly pledged to act prudently and has repeatedly pledged to exercise capital discipline," Icahn said in the letter.
There is no minimum number of shares a stockholder is required to own before this right can be availed of.