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A Premature Eulogy for Public Companies?

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Fri, 12 Oct 2012

On its face, the number is stark: From the end of 1997 through this August, the number of companies listed on stock exchanges in the United States plunged by 44%. Some observers say this trend heralds the “twilight” of the public corporation, as companies try to avoid the expense and hassle of answ

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