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 best way to honor residents is by weeding out and eliminating misfits, burnouts, defenders of vested interests, and posers.
He warned about the vulnerability of a con-con to vested interests in a television interview over ANC's Head Start on Tuesday, in reaction to criticisms that the constituent assembly (con-ass), his preferred mode of charter change, is vulnerable to abuse.
With a vested interest in nursing home operations, A/R lenders work with operators after a loan is consummated to ensure that their investment criteria are consistently satisfied.
Laura Anne Jones should put vested interest to one side and do the same.
His involvement in the company isn't a vested interest at all.
Even the demonstrations of what are considered advanced [synthetic environment] research systems that can be seen at various universities, military installations, and industrial laboratories sometimes leave technically sophisticated observers who have no vested interest in the technology unimpressed," the panel asserts in its report, "Virtual Reality: Scientific and Technological Challenges.
Darrell Nether, President of International Broadcasting Corporation, commented, "What better way to move IBC forward than with a group of varied interested professionals that already have a vested interest in seeing the success of their investment.
20 ( ANI ): Delhi Law Minster Somnath Bharti on Monday said that nobody was talking about the primary issue of the protest that is drug and sex trafficking or the woman who was burnt alive but were busy criticizing the m dmi Party (P) for protesting, especially people with vested interest .
A cynic might say the states have a vested interest in keeping the ranks of smokers populated.
and Vested Interest Trading, is seeking to gain a foothold into the U.
Before the IRS can persuade the courts to accept this new reasoning, it must convince them to recede from the rationale stated by the Tax Court in Cristofani, that Crummey does not require a beneficiary to have a vested interest to qualify a gift for the annual exclusion.
He apparently believed that weak individual incentives under socialism would be compensated for by stronger group incentives: "The socialist order presumably will command that moral allegiance which is being increasingly refused to capitalism"; "there might be more self-discipline and more group discipline in socialist society, hence less need for authoritarian discipline than there is in a society of fettered capitalism"; "the vested interest in social unrest may be expected to disappear in part"; and "socialism might be the only means of restoring social discipline" (italics in original).