stock or capital divided into a number of shares.
a pool of stock held in common.
capital funds held in common and usually divided into shares between the owners
- Joint-stock company
[joint-stok] /ˈdʒɔɪntˈstɒk/ noun 1. an association of individuals in a business enterprise with transferable shares of stock, much like a corporation except that stockholders are liable for the debts of the business. 2. British. an incorporated business with transferable shares and with shareholders having either limited or unlimited liability for debts of the business.
noun 1. a low wood stool having turned legs with all parts joined by a mortise joint.
- Joint technical committee
standard, body (JTC) A standards body straddling ISO and IEC. (1995-04-21)
noun, Law. 1. a holding of property, either real or personal, by two or more persons with each sharing the undivided interest, the entire tenancy passing to the survivor or survivors.