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Mature Company

A company at the stage in its life cycle when it grows at the rate of the economy at large. This is marked by earnings growth (or shrinkage) in line with most of the rest of the economy. Mature companies often pay higher dividends than those in a growth industry or a transition industry. See also: Three-phase DDM.
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More than 50 percent of respondents from less digitally mature companies see their organization's fear of risk as a major shortcoming.
While the company has shortlisted16 startups, six of them will be part of Microsoft's new Accelerator Plus program, in order to help mature companies which already have customer traction.
Funding streams include: Angel Match Fund -early-stage investment to make firms attractive to angel investors; Growth Fund -fairly mature companies looking for growth capital; Accelerator Fund -early stage seed capital/pre-start ups; Growth Plus Fund -mature companies with significant cash needs; Technology Proof of Concept Fund -very early stage business creation in technology sector; Technology Fund -technology companies at any stage of development.
The basket of 15 high payout stocks - mostly mature companies with stable cash flows - provided a payout of 56 per cent of earnings over the past four years or so, and currently yields 5.
Many early-stage private companies carry between $1 million to $5 million in limits, with more mature companies with broader operations typically carrying $10 million or more.
This portfolio mix includes 25% large-cap growth, so that the focus is on large, mature companies that are still growing.
It doesn't hurt that mature companies like IBM, Sun Microsystems, HP and others have adopted open source as part of their business model.
An effective approach is to advise your clients on the risks and rewards of potential NQO strategies, while keeping in mind that different strategies apply to those who work for mature companies versus startups.
Which brings me to Radical Innovation: How Mature Companies Can Outsmart Upstarts by Richard Leifer, Christopher M.
In more mature companies, the early warning signals start sounding in the perceptive CEO's sensitive ears shortly after taking office.
As one of the most established private equity platforms in Asia, H&Q Asia Pacific has over 20 years of experience in financing and guiding growth in both young and mature companies throughout the Pacific Rim.
The great majority of sensible IT investment in mature companies that understand the threat is good, old-fashioned dependability investment, such as backup data centers, multiple networks and teams of auditors who understand the systems and have continuity, so they remember what went wrong 10 years ago," says Anderson.