The acquisition of a public company by a private company, allowing the private...
The process by which a company merges itself into a smaller company, normally in order to assume majority control of a publicly-trade entity.
This is when a private company with assets merges into a publicly traded company with little or no assets. The assets of the public company have to be entrusted, but now the owners of the stock of the private company can now sell their stock. This shortens the time normally needed for a public stock registration.
a method by which a private company can become a publicly traded company without the expense and time requirements involved in an initial
a method by which a private company can go public by merging with a public company
a method by which a private company goes public
a method of going public without doing an IPO
a method used by many small and mid-cap companies to initially go public, its th
an alternate way of taking a company public
an alternative to a traditional Initial Public Offering (IPO) meaning that a private company can become a publicly traded company through this process without undertaking an IPO
a transaction whereby a private company is acquired by a public company