from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See shareholder.
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- n. A shareholder.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who holds shares of stock in a corporation
"Verizon continues to generate strong cash flow, which we have used in building the foundation for sustainable, long-term shareowner value," said Verizon chairman and CEO Ivan Seidenberg in a statement Monday.
"Verizon continues to generate strong cash flow, which we have used in building the foundation for sustainable, long-term shareowner value" said Verizon Chairman and CEO Ivan Seidenberg.
"Verizon continues to generate strong cash flow, which we have used in building the foundation for sustainable, long-term shareowner value," said Verizon Chairman and CEO Ivan Seidenberg.
We saw growth in all these areas in 2009, and we expect continued growth in 2010 and beyond, with a goal of delivering long-term shareowner value. "
"We continue to build upon and look for additional opportunities to create long term shareowner value.
We've been able to operate in some pretty tough environments and show that we can still create shareowner value.
"It delivers significant customer, shareowner and public benefits that are available at this level only from the combination of these two companies with complementary network technologies, spectrum positions and operations."
Duncan Niederauer, chief executive of NYSE Euronext, said, "The overwhelming support we received from both of our shareowner bases has provided us with the maximum flexibility to act in the long term best interest of the new company, and we intend to use this flexibility to generate the strongest possible returns for the future shareowners of Holdco."
Elliott's move is being questioned by corporate governance group Pirc, which told the Observer: "We haven't looked in detail at this case, but Pirc has had a long-held view that any non-executive director nominated by a shareowner is subject to a likely conflict-of-interest between their duty to the company and its shareholders, and their position as a representative of a single shareowner."
"We do intend to engage BP in a corporate governance discussion at the appropriate time because the shareowner losses are severe given the catastrophic failures related to the oil spill," says Patricia Macht, a spokesperson for the California Public Employees Retirement System.
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