Citations with the tag: STOCKHOLDERS
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- Shareholder value drivers.
Hrisak, Daniel M // Chartered Accountants Journal; Mar1998, Vol. 77 Issue 2, p60
Reports that the key drivers of shareholder value, were identified at a round table sponsored by the Global Business Process Outsourcing practice at Price Waterhouse and Chief Executive magazine. Identification of the drivers; Topic in which the round table focused; Role of business process...
- Total chartered banks: Consolidated statement of...
Hrisak, Daniel M // Bank of Canada Review; Spring94, pS105
Presents the consolidated statement of shareholders' equity and appropriations for contigencies of chartered banks in Canada form 1984 to 1993. Capital stock and contributed surplus of the shareholders' equity; General reserve and retained earnings of the shareholders' equity; Appropriations...
- Those darn shareholders! Big owners getting peskier.
Fritz, Michael // Crain's Chicago Business; 5/1/95, Vol. 18 Issue 18, p4
Describes how large shareholders are challenging corporate management. Characteristics of modern-day shareholders; Proposals by shareholders include termination of staggered directors' terms and cumulative voting in board elections; Institutional investors; Pension and mutual-fund...
- America's shareholder profile has changed sharply.
Fritz, Michael // Corporate Board; Jul/Aug97, Vol. 18 Issue 105, p28
Reveals the changes seen in the profile of shareholders of corporations in the United States. Preference of shareholders to invest conservatively; Gender distribution in shareholders; Interest in mutual funds.
- Does shareholder activism improve company performance?
Black, Bernard S. // Corporate Board; Mar/Apr98, Vol. 19 Issue 109, p1
Examines the level of shareholder activism in the United States. Advantages and disadvantages of Securities and Exchange Commission Rule 14-8; Importance of the recommendation of Institutional Shareholder Services in winning majority support for a proposal; Positive and economically significant...
Chaddock, Gail Russell // Christian Science Monitor; 7/5/95, Vol. 87 Issue 153, p9
Reports upsurge in the number of share holders in France after the introduction of reforms by a Socialist government in 1983-84.
- Investors get richer, and the plot gets thicker--what to do next?
Halverson, Guy // Christian Science Monitor; 6/19/97, Vol. 89 Issue 143, p9
Advises investors on steps they should take after the good performance of the stock markets and mutual funds in the United States. Details on the performance of mutual funds; Details on steps which should be taken by investors; Names of funds which are considered good investments. INSET:...
- Stakeholders, individual rights, and the common good.
Goodpaster, Kenneth E.; Atkinson, Gary // National Forum; Winter92, Vol. 72 Issue 1, p14
Distinguishes three variations of the stockholder approach in business decisions and their underlying principles. Differences between `strategic', `pluralist' and `socialist' variations of stockholder analysis; Distinction between primary and secondary interests; Stockholder analysis as a tool...
- 1996 promises to break record.
Anand, Vineeta // Pensions & Investments; 5/13/96, Vol. 24 Issue 10, p8
Focuses on the growth of shareholder activism in the United States. Factors which contributed to the growth; Views of Patrick McGurn, of the Investor Responsibility Research Center; Statistics on proposal filed by investors in 1996; Expectation on proposals by shareholders on social issues.
- Be prepared for increasing shareholder activism.
Murphy, Sean K. // Westchester County Business Journal; 05/19/97, Vol. 36 Issue 20, p15
Reports on the increasing stockholder activism in the United States. Steps chief executive officers can mitigate shareholder criticisms; Includes learning and speaking of the language of investors.
- Rules of the road for individual investors.
Roy, Kenneth // BusinessWest; Jan96, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p37
Presents tips for investors who are investing in their first company. How success is determined.
- Wall Street's query: Is a `correction' close?
Francis, David R. // Christian Science Monitor; 4/12/96, Vol. 88 Issue 96, p8
Reports on stock-market investors in the United States. Fall in stock prices; Factors which have made investors nervous include rise in interest rates; Views of stock analysts.
- Investors can start small with some stocks, funds.
Halverson, Guy // Christian Science Monitor; 4/16/96, Vol. 88 Issue 98, p9
Examines the financial opportunities for small investors in the United States. Information on the minimum balance charges imposed by Fidelity Investments and Vanguard Group and other lenders; Indepth look at the benefits of some mutual funds; Ways to purchase inexpensive stocks.
- The hidden market: Marketing to investors.
Butera, Mary Ann // NACD Directorship; Dec94, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p6
Focuses on the shareowner marketing programs in the United States. Virtues of individual shareowners; Implementation of the programs; Success of shareowner marketing programs; Improvement of communication with individual shareowners.
- New junk on the street.
Byron, Christopher // Esquire; Jun97, Vol. 127 Issue 6, p106
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- Designing for a new breeed.
Wagner, Grace // Lodging Hospitality; Dec97, Vol. 53 Issue 12, p13
States that hotel investors are spending less time and money on design and construction. Questions the hospitality designers answers; Comments from Michael Messerelee, senior vice president of the Chicago-based Gettys Group; Details on targeted designs. INSET: Products that spur creativity.
- Investor confidence hits 19-month high.
Wagner, Grace // Fairfield County Business Journal; 11/13/95, Vol. 34 Issue 46, p11
Reports that the Van Kampen American Capital Index of Investors Intentions reach its highest level since April 1994. Economic growth; Statistics.
- Stock Nation.
Wagner, Grace // Christian Science Monitor; 2/1/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 48, p10
Editorial. Asserts that with the growing number of Americans who own stock, social and political change will follow.
- 3 low-priced stocks with high-growth prospects.
Luxenberg, Stan // Medical Economics; 11/10/97, Vol. 74 Issue 22, p109
Focuses on investors in relation to the cost of stocks. Details on the stock market; Information on the computerized search using Value Line Investment Survey for Window which pinpoint stocks that should stay afloat in good and bad markets; Comments from Michael Bunyaner, an analyst with...
- Most are neophytes, but in a bear market that's good.
Napach, Bernice // Medical Economics; 05/27/97, Vol. 74 Issue 11, p22
Presents information on investors, focusing on a January 1997 survey done on behalf of the National Association of Securities & Dealers Automated Quotations Stock Market, to determine the amount of adults owing stocks. Comparison of stock owners in 1990 and 1997; Detailed information on the...
- Total compensation vs. total return to shareholders.
Napach, Bernice // Inter@ctive Week; 09/29/97, Vol. 4 Issue 33, p48
Presents information on the top 50 shareholders in the United States as ranked by their total compensation versus total return to shareholders.
- EVA changes how Detroit measures its executives.
McElroy, John // Automotive Industries; Feb98, Vol. 178 Issue 2, p139
Discusses the impact of economic value-added (EVA) on how shareholder value is measured. Definition of EVA; Comments from Professor Robert Kleinman, Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan; How the EVA system works; How the system improved working capital at General Motors company.
- As activists push war, some thrifts say their feeling is...
Epstein, Jonathan D. // American Banker; 12/28/1995, Vol. 160 Issue 249, p6
Reports that shareholder activists are forcing converted stock institutions to improve on their bottom lines. Criticism of high expenses and poor earnings; Comments from shareholder activist Stephen Gordon; Banks targeted by Gordon; Details on shareholder activism.
- Shareholder activists are right to target small firms.
Epstein, Jonathan D. // Crain's Chicago Business; 03/16/98, Vol. 21 Issue 11, p8
Editorial. Focuses on the effects of shareholder activists on a number of business organizations. View that management has the responsibility to be accountable to the shareholders; Effects of advocates winning battles with corporations like Sear, Roebuck and Company.
- The speculator.
Haselhurst, David // Bulletin with Newsweek; 4/2/96, Vol. 116 Issue 6016, p52
Looks at information on what is being offered to subscribers from Australia's sharemarkets. What was done by most prospecting companies; What is among the stocks in the portfolio; What was offered by Intermin; What is also tax-free; One of the worst performers in Australia; Government...
- Institutional shareholders voting checklist.
Haselhurst, David // Corporate Board; Jan/Feb91, Vol. 12 Issue 66, p27
Lists voting rules implemented by large institutional stockholders in the United States. Requirements for approval of compensation plans.
- Wall Street's highest earners.
Carey, David; Taub, Stephen // Financial World; 7/1/97, Vol. 166 Issue 7, p44
Discusses how Wall Street's 100 highest earners made record amounts in 1996. Comparison of 1996 earnings versus 1993; Top earners and their earnings; Brief accounts of how some of the high earners regained their loses and gained even more; List of the Wall Street's top 100 earners for 1996. ...
McClenahen, John S. // Industry Week/IW; 8/16/93, Vol. 242 Issue 16, p43
Reports on the Japanese companies shareholders' meetings. Number of Japanese companies that participated; Reduction of the risk of blackmail from racketeers who specialize in disrupting the shareholders' meetings; Limitation of shareholders' opportunities to challenge corporate policy.
- Record amounts of company stock...
Poe, Randall; Couter, Carol Lee // Across the Board; Jun97, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p5
States that record amounts of company stock are being set aside as incentives to spur performance by executives and other employees. Information about the percentage of outstanding share set aside by large United States firms in 1997; Number of companies who are setting aside 20 percent or more...
- Honesty is not the best policy.
Kay, John // Across the Board; Jun97, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p42
Discusses the contrast between stakeholder and a shareholder value view of the functions of a business organization based on the two modes of company objectives. Statement of Sunbeam Corporation chief executive officer (CEO) Albert J. Dunlap about stakeholders; Difference between professional...
- Shareholder value budgeting.
Burton, Alan // Management Accounting: Magazine for Chartered Management Account; Jun96, Vol. 74 Issue 6, p26
Discusses ways in which shareholder value is assessed by the stock markets and outlines some ways in which budgeting processes can be better lock into shareholder value optimization. Measurement of shareholders' wealth; Understanding of the drivers of stock share price; Information on the...
- Third consecutive growth year has investors, money managers soaring.
Uhlemeyer, Bill // Business Press; 01/30/98, Vol. 10 Issue 40, p24
Opinion. Comments on stock market investors, while highlighting that 1997 was the third consecutive year for double-digit gains for the investors. What growth managers are concerned with; Average capitalization of the Standard and Poor's 500 Stock Index in 1997; Details on the stock market.
- Shareholder activism is producing results.
Uhlemeyer, Bill // Crain's Chicago Business; 1/22/96, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p15
Focuses on shareholder activism in the United States in 1995. Brunswick Corp.'s decision to drop lifetime pension plans for part-time outside directors; Linking of stock options awards to return-on-equity benchmarks; Denial of bonuses to key employees of General Instrument Corp.
- Investors eat up foreign issues.
Uhlemeyer, Bill // Pensions & Investments; 10/14/1996, Vol. 24 Issue 21, p36
Reports that United States (U.S.) investor interest in foreign securities traded on U.S. exchanges surged during the first half of 1996. Statistical information on the dollar value; Percentage of increased programs; How much capital was raised in the public market.
- Travel perks.
Brown, Ann // Black Enterprise; Jan1994, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p77
Looks at a sampling of the perks offered by some companies to stock owners. Offers by CSX Corp., Walt Disney and Ralston Purina; How to find out about possible perks.
- Spreading it around.
Cook, Patrick // Bulletin with Newsweek; 03/24/98, Vol. 117 Issue 6115, p74
Offers observations on the sale of Telestra and the impact on Australians. BHP shares; Humorous comments on shareholding.
- Ok, stockholders, they're finally gone.
Cook, Patrick // National Journal; 11/15/97, Vol. 29 Issue 46, p2281
Reports that American stockholders may be glad because members of the US Congress are taking their year-end break. Revelations of studies on the percentage of total returns obtained from 1897-1993 when the House was in recess; Admonitions by economists on the result of the study.
- EXTENDING CREDIT.
Wodiuk, Ellen // Business Credit; Apr2013, Vol. 115 Issue 4, p10
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of extending his credit skills to help out her Yavapai Nation shareholders in organizing Get Your Pig On, an event that travels across the U.S. featuring barbecue competition-style cook-offs.
- The stakeholder (AD)scene.
Prudentius // Management Accounting: Magazine for Chartered Management Account; Dec94, Vol. 72 Issue 11, p23
Focuses on stakeholders in an enterprise in Great Britain. Corporate governance and management; Equity shareholders; Interests of other stakeholders.
- Remedying stockholder oppression.
Parke, David A. // BusinessWest; May94, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p41
Reports on the oppressive tactics of majority stockholders in a closely held corporation. Vulnerability of minority stockholders; Legal recourse against the oppressive tactics; Basic stockholder rights; Petition for dissolution; Filing of a derivative suit on behalf of the corporation.
- Shareholder rights......what's it all about?
Flanagan, Thomas E. // NACD Directorship; Oct94, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p4
Informs on shareholder rights. Measurement of management accountability; Changes in the shareholder rights movement; Formation of the Investors Rights Association of America; Functions of annual meetings. INSET: Shareholder proposals...here's what they're asking...
- The shareholder primacy norm.
Smith, D. Gordon // Journal of Corporation Law; Winter98, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p277
Focuses on the origin of shareholder primacy. What is shareholder primacy; In-depth look at the structure of corporate law; Reference made to shareholder primacy in business corporations; Role of shareholder primacy; Importance of shareholder primacy.
- THE VALUE OF VOTING.
Armstrong, Lisa // Black Enterprise; Feb2002, Vol. 32 Issue 7, p71
Discusses the process of voting during shareholders' meeting. Importance of proxy voting; Ways to vote during a shareholders' meeting; Comments from Henry S. Williams, shareholder of AT&T Wireless and America Online Time Warner.
- CRACKING THE STOCKWHIP.
Deans, Alan // Bulletin with Newsweek; 05/29/2001, Vol. 119 Issue 6276, p50
Reports on the reconvening of the Australian Shareholders' Association's (ASA) annual meeting. Goals of the ASA during its establishment in 1960; ASA membership; Controversies involving the ASA; Proposals to change the operation of ASA as an organization.
- Shareholders who scare the...out of companies.
Lanchner, David; McTigue, Guthrie // Global Finance; Feb98, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p24
Features the so-called rebel shareholders or shareholder activists in Europe. Martin Ebner in Switzerland; Guy Wyser-Pratte in France; Julian Treger and Brian Nyerson in Great Britain; Sven Hagstromer and Mats Qviberg in Sweden.
- Shareholders' fragile rights.
Machold, Roland M. // Corporate Board; Jan/Feb90, Vol. 11 Issue 60, p23
Examines shareholders' voting rights in the United States. Corporate actions designed to limit voting rights of shareholders; Factors which caused an imbalance in the covenant between investors, corporate management and public interest; Disciplining of companies though shareholders' vote;...
- Who can vote at the agm?
Dunham, Robin // Accountancy; May85, Vol. 96 Issue 1101, p63
Responds to a question on the stockbrokers who can attend an annual general meeting. Vesting of rights regarding meetings of a company to the members; Exemption of companies from the requirement to issue share certificates, debentures or debenture stock certificates.
- Potlatch voting system challenged.
Dunham, Robin // Journal of Business (10756124); 1/27/2005, Vol. 20 Issue 3, pA2
Reports that the shareholders of Potlatch Corp. will vote at the annual shareholders meeting in May 2005 over the retention of the company's stock voting system in Spokane, Washington.
- 2011 Proxy Season Lessons Learned.
McCord, Nora // NACD Directorship; Oct/Nov2011, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p70
The article provides information on creating an efficient shareholder outreach program designed to secure positive say-on-pay votes. It states that as of October 2011, about 1.5% of U.S. companies failed on their say-on-pay votes, which was damaging to their reputations and profit margins. Five...
McCord, Nora // American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy; 9/15/2010, Vol. 67 Issue 18, p1499
A correction to the article "Stakeholders Urge Overhaul of REMS Programs," published in the September 1, 2010, is presented.