ownershipnoun

  • ja所有権、所有、所有者
  • enthe fact or legal right of possessing something

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Miss Bonafonté is entitled to full canine property ownership
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and will be enforcing said ownership... right now.
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And rumor has it — and I think this isn't even a rumor —
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you're gonna buy the Carolina Panthers.
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Is that right?
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I'm one of the people that are bidding and looking at it.
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I feel it's time for some minority ownership in the NFL,
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especially like 70% of the athletes are African-American.
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And I think it's important for them to see somebody that looks like them in an ownership position.
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You've seen companies like Uber replace my local transportation.
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You've seen companies like Airbnb replace my vacation home.
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And we actually believe that MakeSpace can replace some amount of ownership of physical space increasingly in cities.
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So, you actually never wanted the doll?
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Please.
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I'm not after toys.
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I'm after real estate.
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I just put my doll profits into fractional ownership of a townhome complex in Charlotte.
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North Carolina?
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Mm-hmm.
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- Huh. - It's a growth market with low property tax.
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Of course.
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The Jackson estate retains ownership of the publishing company that owns songs that Jackson wrote like 'Bad.'
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And the estate retains the master recording of all of Jackson's songs as well.
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The deal also relieves Jackson's estate of $250 million in debt and will allow it to diversify an investment beyond the music industry.
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Perhaps even more importantly to classic car lovers, GM also invented the yearly model change.
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Unlike the Model T, which was produced for 19 years, GM rolled out a new version of its vehicles annually.
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Their release became highly anticipated national events.
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In the 1930s, GM's market share of cars in the U.S. overtook Ford's.
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And it wasn’t long before car ownership reached over 80% of American families.
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But you didn't just take an outright payment.
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You actually have some ownership in this company.
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Do you see taking ownership in companies as an important thing that you'd like to do going forward?
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Of course, I do.
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I think I am a young business lady.
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I mean, there's been a lot said about how Millennials aren't buying cars anymore.
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The data is actually a little bit mixed on that.
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But what you can see is that ideas and thoughts about car ownership is shifting across all demographics.
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And we're getting to the point where if you can get a ride anywhere you want to go anytime you want it,
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you start to look at that car sitting in the driveway for 10 hours a day and see that as a wasted resource and a very expensive resource.
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And if you just sit it on your coffee table—
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It's on the coffee table and people are like, "What's that?"
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And you're like, "That's an Ellen rock."
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And like, "What's an Ellen rock?"
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It's like, "It's Ellen rock from Ellen's house."
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And they're like, "No, it's not."
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And you're like, "Yes, it is, because Ellen gave me a certificate of ownership."
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Yeah.