Vested Interest


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Vested Interest

1. A stake that a person or company has in a certain outcome. For example, a shareholder and an employee both have a vested interest in a company performing well.

2. See: Right.
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The GMB union launched its attack after Mr Jones accused them of holding back reforms to public services through vested interests and short-sightedness.
So, today is the issue of national interest over vested interest and the vested interest is the control over CBI and national interest is decontrol of CBI," Bedi told the media here.
Through the use of their sales agent, Vested Interest distributes product to about 350 stores from Labrador to the Yukon.
Their success, however, depends on access to high-speed broadband infrastructures, and the vested interests are trying to keep a grip on this market.
We try to explain to them that while they do not have a direct vested interest, they do have an indirect interest.
We have a vested interest in accurate filings since they are the starting point for all A.
Building on the success of its 2013 partnership with Vested Interest in K9s, Inc.
To try to make the argument that these groups don't have a vested interest in what happens at the Capitol is an insult to the intelligence of the electorate,'' Jim Knox of California Common Cause told one reporter.
America's employers have always had a vested interest in the quality of the nation's education system because it is a critical component in the development of a productive workforce," said Suzanne Clark, chief operating officer for the Chamber.
As part of a yearlong partnership with Vested Interest in K-9s, PetArmor [sup.
And we all have a vested interest in allowing inmates to get all the help they can.