Minority Shareholder

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Minority Shareholder

A shareholder who holds a significant amount of stock in a company but still has less than 51%. While technically even a person who owns one share is a minority shareholder, the term most frequently applies to persons and companies with large stakes. For example, a person who owns 5% of the shares outstanding in Johnson & Johnson is considered a minority shareholder in that company. See also: Minority interest.
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According to Sechin, TNK-BP's minority stockholder have nothing to complain about since Rosneft had taken into consideration the business' weighted average share price for an 18-month trade period before 26 September.
According to Sechin, TNK-BPa[euro](tm)s minority stockholder have nothing to complain about since Rosneft had taken into consideration the businessa[euro](tm) weighted average share price for an 18-month trade period before 26 September.
Aurelius noted in its statement that minority stockholder Koninklijke KPN NV (AMS:KPN) did not participate in the capital rise.
He just added the new shares to the holding he already had from Simmons' acquisition of Delta Bank & Trust, where Allison was a minority stockholder. "It's a good bank," he said.
North Lincolnshire Council, which is a minority stockholder in Humberside Airport, will be retaining its share in the facility.
The CRT, for example, allows a minority stockholder to get an immediate tax deduction and the public recognition that comes with assisting a favorite charity.
Minority Stockholder and President, Lisa Kelly, will remain with ESI for at least three years.
In addition, there should exist a balance between protection of the minority stockholder and competition for corporate control.
In addition, Acacia would acquire the minority stockholder interest in CombiMatrix in exchange for shares of the new CombiMatrix shares.
Giesler is a minority stockholder and devotes full time to the company's financial matters.
Zain had faced protest from South Africas Econet Wireless, a minority stockholder in Zain, to sell its Nigerian operations to Bharti at the time.
The US investment bank has been a minority stockholder in RFG since 2006 and is now further increasing its stake.

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