Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of stakeholder.

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Examples

  • Mary Margaret Whipple had an RPS last year (SB 1275) that had a better chance of passing than this -- she brought in stakeholders from the environmental and power producing communities.

    RK on Barker and Bulova

  • Some government officials have said that what they call "stakeholders"—shareholders, bondholders and creditor banks—should share in the efforts to raise the needed money, suggestions that have sent stock and bond prices tumbling.

    Tepco Credit Rating Cut to 'Junk'

  • Some government officials have said that what they call "stakeholders"—shareholders, bondholders and creditor banks—should share in the efforts to raise the needed money, suggestions that have sent stock and bond prices tumbling.

    Tepco Credit Rating Cut to 'Junk'

  • Some government officials have said that what they call "stakeholders"—shareholders, bondholders and creditor banks—should share in the efforts to raise the needed money, suggestions that have sent stock and bond prices tumbling.

    Tepco Credit Rating Cut to 'Junk'

  • KUTSCH: We had to have a lot of meetings with the local religious leaders -- it was what we call the stakeholders -- to determine, you know, what kind of things people are OK with and not OK with.

    CNN Transcript Nov 29, 2003

  • He also wanted to temper what he called "an arrogance in the fundraising community," and a failure to recognize that stakeholders from the communities most effected by their largess need to be at the table.

    Gray works to firm up donor support for education reforms

  • He also wanted to temper what he called "an arrogance in the fundraising community," and a failure to recognize that stakeholders from the communities most effected by their largess need to be at the table.

    Gray works to firm up donor support for education reforms

  • He also wanted to temper what he called 'an arrogance in the fundraising community' and a failure to recognize that stakeholders from the communities most affected by their largess need to be at the table.

    DeMorning DeBonis: Oct. 27, 2010

  • But in the case of Olympus, the interests of shareholders seeking long-term appreciation of their investment may be most closely aligned with the longest-term stakeholders of all: Olympus employees.

    The Way to Save Olympus

  • The solution that brings together many of the cultural stakeholders is funding for secret societies.

    That Warman thing

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