shareholdernoun

  • ja〈主に英〉株主
  • ena person, company, etc., that owns shares of stock in a company or corporation

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Because of my experience in business, I decided I wanted a very different culture this time.
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I wanted a culture that was very supportive, that was female-led.
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And I wanted everyone to feel like an owner.
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And actually, Jeff Bezos said it best.
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He said, "Have you ever taken a rented car to the car wash?"
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And I thought that was a great analogy,
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so everyone who works me now is a shareholder in the business.
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You control the stock at Snapchat.
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Would you ever consider changing that structure,
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potentially generating more shareholder value by giving shareholders a vote?
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I'd never say never to anything.
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But at this point, I think Bobby and I have a shared long-term vision for the company and we're executing against it.
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You certainly got your kills, you little bitch.
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Cost my shareholders billions.
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But now, as a result, my shareholders are majority owners of Schwartz & Meyer.
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And you, you're fired.
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So thank you for all that land around your father's ranch.
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We have big plans for this valley.
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And after the sting of this phase, you should give me a call.
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You could do very well working for me.
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Is that the police?
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- Yes. - Mm-hmm.
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Well, this is what happened.
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Ryan's big project was the website, which wasn't doing so well.
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So Ryan, to give the impression of sales, recorded them twice —
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once as office sales and once as website sales,
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which is what we refer to in the business as "misleading the shareholders."
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Another good term is "fraud."
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The Saudi Kingdom is the shareholder of Aramco,
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so it has absolutely been in the driving seat of whether or not this IPO goes ahead.
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And that has been one of the reasons that the IPO has been repeatedly delayed since it was first announced in 2016.
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Congress will spook shareholders.
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I'm on a knife's edge.
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Ten bad minutes on camera in DC, that could be it.
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The end.
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In August 2015, the US Securities and Exchange Commission implemented a new rule
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that requires companies to disclose the wage gap between CEOs and the average workers.
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Experts agree that this could show shareholders which companies prioritize their employees’ success.
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Rent-a-swag shareholders, as you can see, your store is hopping.
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These kids are renting the old clothes like they're going out of style,
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which they never will.