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Pros and cons of being publicly traded versus privately owned (access required)

     Before you can understand why a public company might want to go private, you first need to understand why and how the company went public. Going public simply means the ownership of the company came to be widely and publicly available to anyone who wanted to purchase a stake. Investors would purchase such a stake or ...

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