Accordingly, it is hypothesized that specific corporate governance structures of companies that went private before 2008 will differ from those that went private thereafter, from 2008 to 2011, during the height of the great recession.
Several hypotheses are then developed and tested regarding the governance variables that might differ between corporations that went private before 2008 and those that engaged in the transition between 2008 and 2011.
NHS experts includes doctors who benefited directly as patients went private
and who also forced the last Labour government to massively increase their remuneration, some even being paid over pounds 100,000 overtime a year - starving the NHS of funds.
1992) report that significant premiums are paid to shareholders of firms that went private.
Apart from the Jardine group, a great number of firms likewise relisted in other security markets or went private.
His five-year-old son, Jason, is now among the 6,000 patients from the Dental Healthcare Centre in Fairfield, Stockton, left without a dentist as the practice, with 9,000 patients on its books, went private
HUNDREDS of patients queued outside two dental surgeries yesterday after a dentist struck off all his NHS patients and went private
In 2002, Interfoods went private
in a buyout led by CEO Robert Berg and Steven Wemple, the chief operating officer.
Explaining why it went private
, Springs Industries said it would be better suited to respond to change in the marketplace.
BATTLING agony aunt Claire Rayner yesterday called for NHS cancer patients to be treated as quickly as she was when she went private
Pointing out that 77 public companies went private
last year, he said, "The widespread drubbing of public-company valuations in the stock markets is taking a toll, especially upon small- and mid-cap public companies.
Last year there were about 160 companies in the United States that went private
, compared with about 100 in the prior year, according to analysts.