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Majority Shareholder

Person or organization that holds and controls more than 50% of the outstanding shares of a corporation. A person or operating entity with a majority stake in the business has enormous power, especially if their shares have voting rights. The ability to vote on certain corporate issues, such as who should serve on the company's board of directors, is granted to shareholders who hold voting shares.

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