majority shareholder

Definition of "majority shareholder"
  1. An individual or entity that holds or owns more than half of a corporation's issued and outstanding shares, either on their own or in conjunction with others
How to use "majority shareholder" in a sentence
  1. The majority shareholder wielded significant influence over the company's strategies and decisions.
  2. After acquiring hundreds of shares, she became the majority shareholder of the software company.
  3. As the majority shareholder, he had the power to appoint the board of directors.

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