minority shareholder

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A shareholder who owns only a minority of the voting shares of a company. The vast majority of shares are in fact held by minority shareholders. A minority shareholder can always be voted down by the majority if that majority is united, but usually there is no single majority shareholder.

Subjects: Law — Economics.

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