What’s the difference between a stakeholder and a shareholder ?

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Most bankrupt companies talk of stakeholders as shareholders will be wiped out soon.

  • 1 month ago

    A shareholder is anyone that owns one or more share of the stock of a company.

    A stakeholder is anyone who has a financial interest interest in the company performance. Stakeholders include stockholders, people who own bonds issued by the company, employees of the company, suppliers, retirees who have a pension funded by the company, customers of the company, as well as communities and governments that benefit from the company.

  • 1 month ago

    Talk about the favorable circumstances and inconveniences of the accompanying types of administrative pay as far as relieving organization issues, that is, possible irreconcilable situations among directors and investors?

    A. a fixed compensation

    B. stock in the firm

    C. call choices on portions of the firm

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