stock that ordinarily has no preference in the matter of dividends or assets and represents the residual ownership of a corporate business.
stock that is not purebred.
the US name for
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Consortium scientists say humans share much common stock with this not so simple water flea.
If you buy common stock of a company in bankruptcy protection and it fails, you can lose your entire investment.
All his clerks who lived with him, ate at the same table, and were clothed out of the common stock with himself.
Investors who dismissed common stock dividends as tiny payments are probably regretting it.
Likewise, common stock can grow without any increase in taxes.
The minority interests in the common stock sold to the public had no effect of power either.
The price and dividend have not been determined for the preferred shares, which could be converted to common stock.
Subordinated debt with warrants to acquire common stock.
Preferred stock with warrants to acquire common stock.