Those who said they were "very likely" to go public
were substantially larger: an average of $21.
In December 1996, it conjoined what was then Monterrey Homes with Homeplex Mortgage, a publicly listed real estate investment trust (REIT), rather than go public
may have been the first black-owned Wall Street firm to go public
, it likely won't be the last.
He said that 8 out of 10 family businesses that go public
end up restructuring compensation arrangements.
Ernst & Young (212-773-3000), the Big Six accounting firm, has published an informative booklet Deciding To Go Public
Almost one in five of the country's fastest growing companies surveyed by Coopers & Lybrand said they were "very likely" to go public
in the next few years.
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Red flags include: a sense that the founder wants to bail out, a company's insistence that it needs to go public
right now and a merger before a public issue that may itself raise problems.
The products are as varied as the companies offering them, but the goal is the same: Raise money, launch your product, go public
or be acquired.
The other reason was to set an example that a blackowned bank could go public
and trade on the stock exchange," he adds.
Many people think that you need to be a large company like Google or Yahoo to go public
or do an IPO Initial Public Offering.
Early demutualization successes may make it easier for other companies to go public