Five Percent Rule.

The Five Percent Rule is a guideline set by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that limits the amount of a company’s stock that can be owned by a single shareholder. The rule is intended to protect investors by ensuring that a company is not controlled by a small group of people. The rule … Read more

What is social enterprise?

A social enterprise is one in which the activities undertaken are aimed at contributing in one way or another to society, generating in turnprofitabilitythrough business success. The latter refers to the fact that social companies seek to obtain benefits with their activity, moving away from non-profit companies. Characteristics of the social enterprise Social enterprises try … Read more