1 edition of Employee share ownership at Canada"s public corporations. found in the catalog.
Employee share ownership at Canada"s public corporations.
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|Contributions||Toronto Stock Exchange.|
|LC Classifications||KF1386.E4 E468 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
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What Happens to a Company's Stock When it Goes Bankrupt. Public Company Employee Ownership ESOP. Information on Public Company Employee Ownership ESOPs. Ownership in a corporation is represented by shares of stock. Each "share" represents an equal portion of ownership, and can be owned by a single person, more than one partners, or even another.
BY THIS time, most corporations, especially those listed on the stock exchange or are considered public corporations, are making preparations for their annual stockholders meeting. The public corporation is a social invention of vast historical importance. Its genius is rooted in its capacity to spread financial risk over the diversified portfolios of millions of individuals.