Origin of shareholder
Also called share·own·er [shair-oh-ner] /ˈʃɛərˌoʊ nər/.
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Examples from the Web for shareholding
How can we account for the occurrence of regular 'shareholding' among the freeholders?
The traits which mark these last are 'shareholding' and light rents.
It made no mention of my refusal to buy a certain mill for the combine at an excessive cost to the shareholding public.Success (Second Edition)
Max Aitken Beaverbrook
Of the shareholding members of the company of players, the one who had arranged this performance was Augustine Phillips.A Gentleman Player
Robert Neilson Stephens
Shareholding in the war syndicates and membership in the naval league go together.The Unpopular Review Vol. I
- the owner of one or more shares in a company
Word Origin and History for shareholding
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