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controlling interest

n.
Ownership of a sufficient number of shares of voting stock in a company to control company policy.

controlling interest

n
(Commerce) a quantity of shares in a business that is sufficient to ensure control over its direction

control′ling in′terest


n.
ownership of enough stock in a company to exert control over policy and management.
[1920–25]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.controlling interest - ownership of more than 50% of a corporation's voting shares
stake, interest - (law) a right or legal share of something; a financial involvement with something; "they have interests all over the world"; "a stake in the company's future"
Translations

controlling interest

n (Comm) → maggioranza delle azioni
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Columbus Communications holds controlling interests in a number of telecommunication and broadband providers in the Caribbean.
88 - - n/a Copper (pounds) Produced 16,044,000 33,369,000 123,248,000 172,661,000 Sold 16,044,000 33,132,000 123,468,000 172,644,000 Less: non- controlling interests - (9,940,000) (12,347,000) (22,287,000) Net to Aur 16,044,000 23,192,000 111,121,000 150,357,000 Inventory - 939,000 2,586,000 3,525,000 Other metals produced and sold Zinc (pounds) 10,387,000 - - 10,387,000 Gold (ounces) 4,900 - - 4,900 Silver (ounces) 142,000 - - 142,000 Cost per pound of copper sold $0.
ACH has redirected its efforts to acquire controlling interests in some of the companies in which the Company currently holds an ownership interest, to provide capital to those companies, and to acquire controlling interests in insurance businesses.