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private

Law, Politics of, relating to, or provided by a private individual or organization, rather than by the state or a public body
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Moreover, when credit is otherwise available, corporations can go private in order to raise the debt needed for projects without public market reprisal.
Previous studies tend to separately investigate the decision to go bankrupt, go private, or to be acquired.
After Dell announced its intention to go private, HP launched a campaign to pry away Dell's customers.
An interesting question that remains is why certain firms choose to go private while others remain public through a leveraged recapitalization.
Anyone who wanted to go private would have half their costs paid for on the NHS - depriving cash-strapped hospitals of funds.
In connection with the hearing, the Company discussed its intent to go private with NASDAQ and described the status of the transaction.
The surgery chose to go private and slash its lists as dentists feel a new incoming NHS contract will mean the erosion of patient care.
The alternative therefore is to go private, but those costs too are prohibitive.
Suburban Sanitary Commission discusses whether to go private and become a regulated utility.
Capital Market: Survive, Go Private and Beyond" will provide companies with valuable information on deciding whether to remain listed in the United States or to go private and possibly relist on another exchange where a better valuation can be achieved.
Dentists at one of Northumberland's biggest dental practices ( the Alnwick Dental Practice in Bondgate Without [corr] ( said earlier this month they had been forced to go private.