The symposium covered such topics as sharing and overview of enterprises going public
experience , viewing enterprises choices at the capital market from the perspective of sponsors , procedure and criterion for enterprises going public
and connection between enterprises and the capital market and preparation for the connection .
In this article, we explore opinion contest theory and contrast it with political capital theory, using new data on going public
and new data on interest group mobilization against the president.
1 reason for going public
is that it can be a good source for less expensive capital to quickly grow a company.
Since the Journal article appeared back in April, this phenomenon has actually become more prevalent, as companies going public
seem determined to provide investors with boatloads of information about the risks and potential difficulties these companies could encounter in the months and years ahead.
By going public
, the TSE had hoped to raise funds to seek tie-ups with other exchanges and to invest in advanced trading systems in order to boost its competitive edge amid accelerating global consolidation between stock exchanges.
NewCastle balked at going public
earlier this year, when it planned to sell less stock at a higher price.
Unless your brother is a broker, you probably won't get shares in the next Commerce One (Nasdaq: CMRC), which has soared more than 2,900% since going public
Neiman, partner of the CPA firm Babush, Neiman, Kornman & Johnson, Atlanta, agrees that the ramifications of going public
may be difficult to handle for an individual or family that previously had a much freer hand.
In fact, he adds, "We never even discuss the issue of going public