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This chapter helps students review the concepts in a stockholders and stakeholders unit of a standard corporate finance course. Topics covered include:
- Relationship between stockholders and corporations
- Powers and rights of stockholders
- Promotion of objectives by stockholders
- Roles of shareholders and the board of directors
- Connection between business decisions and stakeholders
- Ethical balance of shareholders, stockholders and owners
1. How Stockholders Can Promote Their Economic and Social Objectives
In this lesson, you will learn how stockholders are tasked with balancing their investment choices with promoting their own economic and social objectives.
2. Shareholder, Board of Director & Officer Roles
A corporation is a complex business structure made up of many different individuals. This lesson explains the corporate roles of shareholders, the board of directors and officers.
3. Stakeholders of a Corporation's Market and Non-Market Environments
Corporations depend upon the support of their stakeholders for success in the marketplace. In this lesson, you will learn about both the market and non-market environment of stakeholder groups.
4. The Impact of Business Decisions on Stakeholders
In this lesson, you will learn about the impact of business decisions on stakeholders and the various difficulties in making appropriate ethical decisions that result in fair outcomes for all constituents.
5. How Companies Ethically Balance Owner, Stockholder & Stakeholder Interests
Companies can adopt the shareholder or stakeholder models to ethically balance owner, stockholder and stakeholder interests. The focus of a company can be on maximizing profits or long-term survival.
6. What is an Investment? - Definition & Overview
Investment is paramount to sustained economic growth and the creation of wealth. In this lesson, you'll learn what an investment is and find out about different types of investors.
7. What is Annuity? - Definition & Formula
In this lesson, you'll learn about payments that occur at regular time intervals, or in financial terms, annuities. Afterwards, test your understanding of the lesson with a quiz.
8. What Is Business Analysis? - Process, Methods & Example
In this lesson, you will learn how companies use the concepts of business analysis to resolve problems and change business processes. We will also learn about specific methods and techniques that can be used when conducting a business analysis.
9. What is Discount Rate? - Definition, History & Formula
When people or businesses expect to receive money in the future, there is a way to figure out how much that money is worth today. The percentage rate used to compute the value of future income is called the discount rate.
10. What Is Dividend Yield? - Definition & Calculation
In this lesson, you'll learn about dividend yield while performing calculations with a hypothetical stockholder's portfolio. When you've finished with the lesson, use our online quiz to see how well you understood the formulas for dividend and portfolio yields and how to use them.
11. Forward Rate: Definition & Formula
Exchange rates keep fluctuating every day, and so do the financial market interest rates. These movements may seem small, but they make a big impact on high volume monetary transactions. Locking transactions in forward rates helps to control losses that may ensue from the volatility of the rates.
12. What is an Activist Investor? - Definition & Examples
In this lesson, you will learn the definition and goals of activist investors and investment funds. We will also highlight some examples of well-known activist investors.
13. The Organization of Modern Corporations & Interaction with Stakeholders
In this lesson, you will learn how modern corporations have to organize their departments in order to provide direct interaction with various stakeholders.
14. The Ethics of the Employer-Employee Relationship & Its Effect on Stakeholders
The employer-employee relationship must be ethically sound. There are specific requirements that each side expects in order to respect the employment relationship and its effect on stakeholders.
15. Stockholders: Definition, Powers, Rights & Activism
In this lesson, you will learn the definition, types and powers of stockholders. In addition, stockholder rights will be highlighted along with the introduction of the recent business influence of stockholder activism.
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