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Latest revision as of 13:10, 8 April 2021

Corporate social responsibility - company law - corporate governance.

A stakeholder is any person or body having an interest in an organisation's activities.

The term may be defined very broadly, and the breadth of its definition has been increasing over time.

In the business context, stakeholders are normally considered to include, as a minimum, shareholders, lenders and employees.


See also