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There is little prior research on presidents going public on behalf of Supreme Court nominees.
Obviously, if your company does not meet the criteria to list shares for trading on NASDAQ, NYSE or AMEX, or if the offering will result in too few public shares--or, in other words, not enough public float--it's probably too early to consider going public.
But going public clearly changes the mindset of companies, and that might be a reason for some companies to think twice about the Holy Grail.
If we cannot improve our fund-raising abilities by going public, we will not be able to survive future competition,'' the official said.
A special Going public abroad in Canada panel will be presented by the Toronto Stock Exchange, the legal firm Stikeman Elliott LLP and the investment bank BMO Nesibitt Burns.
Davis is convinced that going public will allow him to remain in the driver's seat and get the money he needs to go head-to-head with bigger rivals the likes of Siemens.
There's currently an oversupply of new issues and the market is no longer greeting with open arms each and every real estate company that's going public," he said.
The conference is Israel's largest event in the field and is attended by hundreds of CEOs and CFOs considering going public or raising capital abroad.
The company is going public at a time when Internet stocks are hot.
The loan is an indication that Carver has a new strategic direction that is evident by its going public and its new president," says Restoration President Roderick B.
If a company in such an industry is thinking about going public but isn't prepared to do so, it may miss the boat.
Cohen explained that these companies are going public because they are starved for capital, and are using the proceeds to reduce indebtedness or to make acquisitions.