Also, the company said that the going private
transaction would not be completed by 31 December 2017, the termination date of the merger agreement.
Yet, despite the enormous impact the credit crisis had on the number of firms going private
, some firms did indeed go private post the crisis, as is to be expected given the varying strategies of private-equity firm deal makers (Bacon et al.
The first thing that came to my mind when I read the news about Dell going private
was that this might affect the quality and support of Dell equipment," Nguyen said.
Fidelity National Information Services didn't even get that far as going private
, though it tried.
Magnotta Winery Corporation (TSX: MGN), a Canada-based wine producing company, has announced its intention of going private
First, we use a more focused definition of going private
than previous related studies (discussed shortly), in which we examine firms whose shares no longer trade in any market and which no longer provide publicly available financial information.
In contrast, firms going private
enjoy reasonable profits and abundant cash flow (Lehn and Poulsen, 1989; Denis, 1992; Opler and Titman, 1993).
liberates the CEO to focus on longer-term issues and to undertake difficult restructurings without the intrusions of public investors.
Causes and Economic Consequences of Voluntary SEC Deregistrations, indicated that 20 percent of companies surveyed were considering going private
, representing a roughly 50 percent increase from the same study conducted in 2003.
will work out cheaper in the long run.
WITH reference to the problems encountered by councillor Mike German, and others, with their dentists, we all know that these problems have arisen because of a collapse in the number of NHS dentists due to so many dentists going private
Furniture giant DFS has announced a surge in operating profits, reaping "substantial benefits" since going private