FundKite Glossary of Business Finance Terms.



As opposed to a private company, a public company must have an IPO or an initial public offering and its shares are traded on a stock exchange. The financial information of a public business is much easier to source because unlike private companies public companies are subject to periodic filing and other obligations under the federal securities laws.

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