"She doesn't want to go public
yet," the source explained.
"When you go public
, you are opening up for accountability and proper corporate governance system."
The CMA's recent updates could encourage more small and mid-cap companies to go public
in 2018, leading to a rebound in IPO listings on NOMU alone.
That may have provided the impetus for Snap to go public
. Since going public, Snap's growth concerns have persisted, with the stock currently priced around $17 a share.
Once the decision has been made to go public
, there a number of requirements a business has to meet and steps to take to prepare.
Also, if more Mississippi-based companies were growing into companies that were large enough to go public
, it would indicate a growing economy.
ASENIOR councillor has been criticised by political opponents for failing to go public
with his personal opposition to new traffic lights which have sparked a storm of protest in a market town.
KISSING, cuddling and frolicking around in the Australian sunshine, Ronan Keating and his new girlfriend go public
with their romance.
Initial public offerings have been declining in the United States for some time, a situation that Congress attempted to remedy earlier this year with the JOBS Act, which makes it easier for smaller companies to go public
. But according to the Wall Street Journal, a survey by Pepperdine University's Graziado School of Business and Management and Dun & Bradstreet found the legislation did little to make going public more attractive to smaller firms.
Van owned two Internet companies, hereUare and ecity, and told potential investors they were about to go public
. He also made claims that Goldman Sachs was preparing the IPO filing for hereUare.
The online social network, which now has more than 845 million users worldwide, announced in February that it will go public
this spring, offering $5 billion worth of stock for sale to the general public.