Opportunity may refer to:
- Opportunity International - An International microfinance network that lends to the working poor
- Opportunity NYC is the experimental Conditional Cash Transfer program being launched in New York City
- Opportunity, Washington, a city in the U.S.
- Opportunity: A Journal of Negro Life, an important literary periodical of the Harlem Renaissance
- Opportunity cost
- Market opportunity
- Equal opportunity
- Business opportunity
- Political opportunity
- Means, motive, and opportunity
- The Opportunity, a 17th-century play
- "Opportunity", a song by Pete Murray
In space exploration:
- Opportunity rover (MER-B), one of the two rovers of NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Mission, the other being the Spirit rover.
- 39382 Opportunity, an asteroid named after the Mars rover
- Launch window, a window of opportunity
Other articles related to "opportunity":
... A business opportunity is a corporate opportunity if the corporation is financially able to undertake the opportunity, the opportunity is within the corporation's ... The Delaware Court of Chancery has stated, "An opportunity is within a corporation's line of business ... cash on hand in marketable securities." A corporation has an interest or expectancy in a business opportunity if the opportunity would further an ...
... The corporate opportunity doctrine does not apply to all fiduciaries of a corporation rather, it is limited to directors, officers, and controlling shareholders ... The corporate opportunity doctrine only applies if the opportunity was not disclosed to the corporation ... If the opportunity was disclosed to the board of directors and the board declined to take the opportunity for the corporation, the fiduciary may take the ...
... The corporate opportunity doctrine is the legal principle providing that directors, officers, and controlling shareholders of a corporation must not take for themselves any ... The corporate opportunity doctrine is one application of the fiduciary duty of loyalty ...
... Other Advantages Provides an opportunity to understand and assess what the participant intended to do through his or her actions Gives participants opportunity to correct errors and challenge ...
Famous quotes containing the word opportunity:
“Familiarity breeds contempt. How accurate that is. The reason we hold truth in such respect is because we have so little opportunity to get familiar with it.”
—Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (18351910)
“I never thought that the possession of money would make me feel rich: it often does seem to have an opposite effect. But then, I have never had the opportunity of knowing, by experience, how it does make one feel. It is something to have been spared the responsibility of taking charge of the Lords silver and gold.”
—Lucy Larcom (18241893)
“There are times when words seem empty and only actions seem great. Such a time has come, and in the Providence of God America will once more have an opportunity to show the world that she was born to save mankind.”
—Woodrow Wilson (18561924)