Definition of "squeezeout"
  1. It refers to a set of moves made by majority shareholders in a corporation, such as limiting decision-making power or withholding dividends, that cause hardship for minority shareholders. This is frequently done to pressure the minority shareholders into selling their shares
How to use "squeezeout" in a sentence
  1. The board of directors employed a squeezeout strategy to compel minority shareholders to sell their shares.
  2. The majority shareholders executed a squeezeout by refusing to declare dividends, causing financial stress on minority shareholders.
  3. By restricting the decision-making power of minority shareholders, a squeezeout was effectively initiated.

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