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A basic legal principle involving stakeholders is that A) an ownership interest in a corporation does not confer a legal right to manage the firm. B)...

A basic legal principle involving stakeholders is that A) an ownership interest in a corporation does not confer a legal right to manage the firm. B) all dividends are nontaxable. C) stockholders cannot buy new stock until it is offered for public sale. D) the board of directors cannot elect the principal owner as president.

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