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Third, the Board's duty is to all shareholders, not controlling family interest; any shareholder vote on going private should be a vote of only minority shareholders who stand to be left with a bulletin board listed stock issue.
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.
Magnotta Winery Corporation (TSX: MGN), a Canada-based wine producing company, has announced its intention of going private.
In contrast, firms going private enjoy reasonable profits and abundant cash flow (Lehn and Poulsen, 1989; Denis, 1992; Opler and Titman, 1993).
If they have not written, it is unlikely that they will be going private.
Stockton South and Stockton North Labour MPs Dari Taylor and Frank Cook launched a blistering attack on The Dental Healthcare Centre in Fairfield, after it announced it was going private.
Hundreds joined the long line of people waiting on Monday and Tuesday to sign-on after receiving letters explaining the surgery was going private.
You're just going to see an awful lot of smaller public companies that are going private, point blank and simple," said Maurice Taylor, CEO of wheel-maker Titan International.
Ohio-based Waxman Industries is exploring going private in order to avoid the costs of compliance associated with Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), according to an article in the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Yes, according to a recent report from financial consultant firm Grant Thornton that also found more small to midsized public companies contemplating going private.
Quote: ``I'm in the paper business, and the strong rumor is that ZCOM is going private.