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  • Business Shareholder

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    Issued and Paid-up Share Capital | : RM69,739,750.00 | Class of Shares | : Ordinary Shares of RM0.50 each | Voting Rights | : One vote per ordinary share | |   | Shareholdings Distribution Size of Holdings | No. of Shareholders/ Depositors | (%) of Shareholders/ Depositors | No. of Share | (%) of Issued Capital |   |   | | | | 1 - 99 | 100 | 4.54 | 3,560 | 0.00 | 100 - 1,000 | 459 | 21.33 | 390,508 | 0.28 | 1,001 - 10,000 | 1,277 | 59.34 | 5,469,680 | 3.92 | 10.001 - 100

  • Shareholder Value

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    The purpose of the corporation: Shareholder-value maximization? Finance Working Paper N°. 95/2005 Revised version: February 2006 Petra Joerg Institut für Finanzmanagement, Universität Bern Claudio Loderer Institut für Finanzmanagement, Universität Bern Lukas Roth The Pennsylvania State University Urs Waelchli Institut für Finanzmanagement, Universität Bern © Petra Joerg, Claudio Loderer, Lukas Roth and Urs Waelchli 2006. All rights reserved. Short sections of text, not to

  • The Pros And Cons Of Shareholders

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    Shareholders of the company have ultimate control of the company. They can appoint and remove directors who run the business and are also responsible for its management of the company. A general phenomenon about the corporations is that shareholders must accept majority rule in a company. Shareholders who own majority of the shares, feel that they have right to make majority of all decision because they have more at stake. Minority shareholder can also participate in company affairs by checking majority

  • Protecting interest of the minority Shareholders

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    Protecting interest of the minority Shareholders M S Siddiqui Legal Economist and pursuing PhD in Open University, Malaysia e-mail: shah@banglachemical.com The over-investment by directors is not good for the stock market and it should be addressed properly to find a way out and safeguard interest of minority shareholders from the experience of other markets, writes M S Siddiqui………………. http://www.thefinancialexpress-bd.com/2013/11/25/5614 In Asian countries including Bangladesh, the

  • Corporate Law And Shareholder Approval

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    Most equity carve-outs do not require shareholder approval and require only approval by the parent company’s and subsidiary company’s boards of directors. More complicated corporate law considerations, particularly those related to fiduciary duties, typically arise following the closing of an equity carve-out, especially if the parent retains a significant equity interest in the subsidiary. Shareholder Approval The question of whether shareholder approval is required to implement an equity carve-out

  • Shareholder Theory By Milton Friedman

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    Shareholder theory Milton Friedman in his 1970 article titled” The social responsibility of business is to increase its profits”, argues that the main purpose of the corporation is to maximize profit for shareholders (or stockholders) as long as it is in the confines of the law. He is of the view that a business is not an individual and has no moral responsibility, therefore only the employees have a moral responsibility for the actions of the firm. The managers are viewed as agents of stockholders

  • Shareholders Analysis: Verizon Case

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    Stakeholders Analysis Shareholders Shareholders is obviously not only unsatisfied with Mayor’s 4-year management but also unhappy about this recent deal. The dozens of acquisitions made by Marissa Mayor probably looked like risky, uneconomical moves that Yahoo investors might hate. Yahoo has intention to register itself as an investment company with a new name with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) after the deal closes. Shareholders suing Yahoo officers and directors in a class

  • The Shareholder Approach For Managerial Responsibility Essay

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    The Shareholder approach to managerial responsibility was highlighted in Milton Friedman’s New York Times article “The Social Responsibility of Business is to Increase Profits”. In essence, that article states that the responsibility of a manager is solely to the shareholders; he or she must follow the shareholders’ interests as long as it stays within legal and certain social parameters. In this essay, I will further explain Friedman’s arguments, address main counterpoints, and ultimately argue

  • Minority Shareholder Rights- Case

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    Brock From: Sue Smith, CPA Subject: Minority Shareholder Rights Facts: Joe Brock is a minority interest shareholder in Big Corporation. Leslie Ross is a shareholder that owns less than 50% of the voting shares, but has the majority of the voting shares and thus has taken control of the corporation. According to SFAS 94, due to this control, Leslie Ross must consolidate his interest with Big Corporation. Mark Jones, a minority shareholder, is in a position of management for the company. Joe

  • A Shareholder Primacy V. Stakeholder Approach

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    it might be said: I Introduction The primary problem with the current approach to regulation in Australia is that it predominantly links corporate interests to those of the shareholders, with little or no consideration given to the employees, the community, consumers and other stakeholders. This essay will explore the aforementioned problem in greater detail by looking at the two primary conflicting conceptions of the corporate objective. The theory which supports and underpins the current approach

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