Origin of shareholder
Also called share·own·er [shair-oh-ner] /ˈʃɛərˌoʊ nər/.
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Examples from the Web for shareholder
At first glance, this kind of shareholder and customer uprising sounds unlikely.The United States Needs Corporate 'Loyalty Oaths'
August 4, 2014
As a shareholder in the site, Saatchi stands to get a cut of any work sold.Saatchi Website Sells Pictures of Him Throttling Nigella
June 30, 2014
The song was an anticlimactic ending to a shareholder meeting that had initially promised fireworks.Jamie Dimon to Shareholders: Suck It
May 21, 2013
Even a shareholder with median family income faced an effective federal tax of more than 60 percent.Our Tax Code is Too Complicated. Here's How to Simplify It.
April 15, 2013
Shareholder capital comes first, second come the bondholders, and third the large bank deposits.What the Eurozone Crisis is all About
April 4, 2013
But say, shareholder or not, I've got to plug the market for somethin' that'll pass with the landlady.Torchy
He sits in a chair of state, and discourses to a shareholder.The Paris Sketch Book of Mr. M. A. Titmarsh
William Makepeace Thackeray
Shakespeare is believed to have written two plays a year while he was a shareholder.
He died 1598, and was at one time connected with the Theatre as shareholder.
Then, seeing a shareholder close to the door get up, thought: 'Who's that?Five Tales
- the owner of one or more shares in a company
Word Origin and History for shareholder
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper