anonymous
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The ownership of a corporation consists of the A. governing body. B. officers of the corporation. C. stockholders. D. board of directors.
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anonymous
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C or D
anonymous
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or it could be B

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anonymous
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@PrincessHush do u know?
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i really have to hurry
anonymous
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That's what I am trying to figure out.. I believe it is C but I am not quite sure. You might want to read this article about it. http://smallbusiness.chron.com/c-corporation-work-4767.html
anonymous
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idk
anonymous
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A typical corporation's structure consists of three main groups: directors, officers, and shareholders.
anonymous
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ik but im looking more toward stockholdrs
anonymous
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the stock is issued by the corporation to the owners called stockholders
anonymous
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is what my textbook says
anonymous
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i went with C stockholdrs
anonymous
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Good choice.

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