Example: A person who has shares (acciones) in a company and is therefore a member of the company.
1. A situation where a person or an organisation has enough shares (often more than 50%) in a company to say how it should be run.
2. The percentage rate used by banks when discounting bills of exchange.
3. The combining of two or more organisations, usually to share costs, increase efficiency and avoid competition.
4. A business activity in which two or more people or organisations work together.
5. A major section of an organisation.
6. A number of similar businesses belonging to the same company.