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When a conflict exists between management and shareholders, who should win? Why?

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Shareholders should win when there is a conflict between the shareholders and the management. They are basically the owners of the company, and the larger a shareholder owns the company's share, the more he/she has the power in a company. The shareholders are the ones who elect the Board of ...

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