private company

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private company

a limited company that does not issue shares for public subscription and whose owners do not enjoy an unrestricted right to transfer their shareholdings
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While the privately held company does not divulge revenues, it employs 130 year-round and an additional 200 seasonal employees.
The privately held company reports average revenue per user of $25 a month, he says.
HMS Healthcare is a privately held company that is majority owned by entities affiliated with KRG Capital Partners, which operates under four trade names, Aetna said.
Great care and judgment must be exercised in using the results of these studies to estimate the DLOM of a small, privately held company. Restricted stocks, by definition, are stocks of companies that already trade on the open market.
IBM has announced it has acquired Gluecode Software, a privately held company based in El Segundo, Calif., and provider of software and support services for open source application infrastructure software.
(PPI) and General Petroleum Inc., (GPI) a privately held company.
Robert Cook is chairman and chief executive officer of Sigaba, a privately held company in San Mateo, Calif.
Merrimack is a privately held company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
006617CPA06) identifies best practices for the valuation of and disclosures related to privately held company equity securities issued as compensation.
The American wind energy market first began to surge in the 1980s, as three California-based turbine manufacturers--Kenetech (now bankrupt), Zond Systems (today a subsidiary of General Electric), and Seawest (still operating as a privately held company)--competed for dominance.
The privately held company does not disclose revenue figures.