The total value of Home Depot's stock is approximately 1.69 billion US Dollars. However, you do not need to buy all stock to be said to "own" a company. Buying one share - as of May 13, 2010, a little under $36 - would qualify you as an owner.
To have substantive input, you would want to be an "insider", which is to say you'd want to own 5% or more of the shares, which would cost you $80,000,000.
To have control, you'd need to either persuade 51% of a variety of the Insitutional, Mutual and Individual owners to vote your way, or simply buy 51% of the shares, which would cost you $816,000,000.
So, $36 to own, $80,000,000 to have a say, and $816,000,000 to have control.
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Home Depot's price varies on flooring supplies. The price would depend on the materials you are interested in, how much you will need, and whether or not you will buy them in store or ship them to your house.
the purpose of home depot is to buy the things that you need for your home
They cost about 10$ per can if you buy from The Home Depot.
I would recommend The Home Depot. Home Depot always has low prices on kitchen renovations. If you want new kitchen tiles for cheap, The Home Depot is the way to go!
All Home Depot stores are company-owned. There are no franchises.
To buy stock OF Home Depot costs somewhere between $80 and $90 per share, depending on what day it is. But you can't buy stock AT Home Depot because they're not licensed to sell stock to customers. Any stockbroker or online brokerage can get you all you want, though.
Home Depot, Lowes
You can buy silk paper at home depot
You can buy tile cleaners from Home Depot.
it mostly depends on what you want to buy. around a good $700