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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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Because many PTP firms tend to use a high degree of leverage to finance their transactions, the availability of credit affected a company's ability to go private, making credit market conditions a pertinent factor (Bharath and Dittmar, 2010).
After Dell announced its intention to go private, HP launched a campaign to pry away Dell's customers.
As Seagate CEO Bill Watkins told Money magazine in 2006, "When you go private, the only thing you think about is going public again.
This means patients can be left in pain for longer than necessary, while others choose to go private or die first.
This is relevant because of shift in the possible increased incentive to go private since SOX and the possible extra reward (valuation effect) for firms that have gone private since SOX.
Previous studies tend to separately investigate the decision to go bankrupt, go private, or to be acquired.
Aqua Dental Care in Ashington, Northumberland, is to go private just two years after opening, with 5,000 patients on the books.
Tribune had offered to buy 126 million shares at $34 per share as the first step in the deal -- led by Chicago real estate mogul Sam Zell -- to go private through an ESOP (employee stock ownership plan).
Thus it is argued that firms need to go private to benefit from these special skills.
I don't know how I'll pay for it if I have to go private.
The practice in Porthcawl offered 2,000 places on a first-come, first -served basis, forcing NHS patients to go private or search for another NHS surgery.