A person or one of a small group of shareholders who owns more than 50% of the...
A shareholder of group of connected shareholders who can cast the majority of votes at a general meeting of a company.... more on: Majority shareholder(s)
A shareholder who is part of a group that controls more than half the outstanding shares of a corporation.
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Shareholder possessing a controlling amount of shares in a corporation.
A person or conglomerate who owns more than 50% of the outstanding shares for a corporation.
A shareholder who controls more than half of the outstanding shares of a corporation--commonly considered 51% of the outstanding shares. However, if ownership is widely distributed such that there are no majority shareholders, control may be gained with far less than 51% of the outstanding shares. See: Minority Interest; Outstanding Stock; Working Control
A shareholder who controls more than half of the outstanding shares of a corporation. If ownership of the company is widespread and there is no majority shareholder, effective control can be gained by owning far less than 51% of the outstanding shares.