Can members of an esop company sell their stock to anyone else in the company?
The question is phrased oddly... If you mean can someone who is a participant in a stock purchase plan at their company sell the stock they purchase to someone else? Generally, all these plans are methods to buy the stock of the company at a slight discount, or theough a payroll plan, or such the stock itself, once purchased, has no special restrictions and can be sold to anyone else. However, there are some plans, especially in closely held or companies with a very controlled ownership of it's stock, that may have restrictions to whom - or more frequently - after how long of owning it, you may sell it. Ask the plan administrator is your stock has any restrictions on sale.
Every corporation listed on the New York Stock Exchange is a limited liability company. It depends on the size. If it is above a certain size and your stock broker has heard about it, he can sell your shares; otherwise, you will have to ask around. Ask one of the other owners or someone else if they know of anyone interested in purchasing your shares.
It is because the companies sell the stocks when they go public and keep the money as operating capital and never have to retun it to the stock holders or anyone else. They do not have t pay any interest or dividends. If the market looses confidence in the value of the stock the company cannot reise additional capital and it goes bankrupt.
That would be an extremely risky move. In all probabilities, the stock of the bankrupt company would get de-listed from the exchange and you may not be able to sell them at all. The chances of the company taken over by someone else and then get the stock re-listed etc are difficult events which may take years. So if you feel a company is going bankrupt - the wisest move would be to exit your…
Does a company director and 90 percent shareholder need the approval of the other 10 percent shareholder to sell the company?
yes with approval of gerneral body by majority Added: He cannot sell the entire company, however - he can sell his CONTROLLING INTEREST in the company. If anyone wishes to purchase his controlling interest then they would be buying it subject to the fact that the remaining 10% of stock was held by someone else. The minority shareholder would then simply become the minority shareholder of the new owner.
You can do whatever you want with it. I've taken company matched stock when I saw it was not performing and traded it for something else in my portfolio. You should hang on to it for a little while before you trade it. This is just my opinion and what I have done. I wouldn't cash it in because you're going to have to pay penalties and such....
Being That Psychopathic Records is an independent record label much like Strange Music, and many others they don't have one, they more or less a private company. But Fontana Distribution handles their products getting to you and anyone else, and Fontana is a subsidiary of Universal, or UMG (Universal Music Group) which is completely owned by Vivendi, and Vivendi's stock symbol is VIV. Hoped this helped. Whoop Whoop ninja
Your boss going through bankruptcy and they are forclosing her home Can they take her business if it is LLC?
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If you signed a contract with a record label and the company changed there name is the contract still good?
Yes, the company only changed name. that does not mean that the company dropped everything along with it. The company cannot say that they don't want you any more they have to somehow break the contract and unless they actually dropped everything including the company name then you or anyone else have nothing to worry about.
It is software that is specifically written to do a particular job and which may be of no use to anyone else. Anyone can use a word processor and it is sold to the wider public. Custom written software might be written for a particular company and they will be the only one that will ever use it. An ordinary person would have no use for software written specifically for one company.