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Majority Shareholder

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A majority shareholder is a person or entity that owns and controls more than 50 percent of a company’s outstanding shares. It gives the person or entity significant sway over the direction of the company, if their shares are voting shares, since they can hold a vote and then vote in favor of their desired direction.



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