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joint stock company


In the United Kingdom, there are both private and public joint stock companies.
  a type of partnership that has some features of a corporation with significant variations depending upon the jurisdiction in which it was formed
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  • In the United Kingdom, there are both private and public joint stock companies.
  • A creditor can sue the individual members of a Texas Joint Stock Company in addition to the organization itself.
  • So strongly and metaphysically did I conceive of my situation then, that while earnestly watching his motions, I seemed distinctly to perceive that my own individuality was now merged in a joint stock company of two; that my free will had received a mortal wound; and that another’s mistake or misfortune might plunge innocent me into unmerited disaster and death.
    Herman Melville  --  Moby Dick
  • …mines, lands, and funded property, in such states as France, Austria, and England, provided these treasures and property form a total of about a hundred millions; I call those second-rate fortunes, that are gained by manufacturing enterprises, joint-stock companies, viceroyalties, and principalities, not drawing more than 1,500,000 francs, the whole forming a capital of about fifty millions; finally, I call those third-rate fortunes, which are composed of a fluctuating capital,…
    Alexandre Dumas  --  The Count of Monte Cristo

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  • Society is a joint-stock company, in which the members agree, for the better securing of his bread to each shareholder, to surrender the liberty and culture of the eater.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson  --  Selected Essays
  • Above and behind him stood invisible forces, made manifest only to a certain degree in the management office: a board of directors, a joint-stock company—and the stock would not be a bad thing to have, because according to Joachim’s trustworthy assertions, juicy dividends were distributed annually to the shareholders, despite the high salaries paid the doctors and some very liberal business practices.
    Thomas Mann  --  The Magic Mountain
  • CHAPTER 2 Of Mr Ralph Nickleby, and his Establishments, and his Undertakings, and of a great Joint Stock Company of vast national Importance Mr Ralph Nickleby was not, strictly speaking, what you would call a merchant, neither was he a banker, nor an attorney, nor a special pleader, nor a notary.
    Charles Dickens  --  Nicholas Nickleby
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Associated words [difficulty]:   joint stock company [9] , money order [5] , graveyard shift [7] , Information Technology (IT) [8] , loan shark [8] , on consignment [8] , petty cash [8] , promissory note [8] , fiscal year [9] , negotiable instrument [9] , tax shelter [9] , trade association [9]
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