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  TH&T | Public Company | Public Company
You are an executive or legal counsel of a public company and have an ongoing need for significant support on a variety of fronts from outside counsel.
The attorneys at Testa, Hurwitz and Thibeault, LLP bring a wealth of expertise and practical business advice to your business, including capital raising, strategic alliances, mergers and acquisitions, executive compensation, employee benefits, corporate governance, compliance with federal securities laws, intellectual property protection and disputes and responses to shareholder claims.
We work in an interdisciplinary and collegial fashion to help you efficiently execute transactions and deal with the myriad of regulations you face, with the goal of advancing the interests of your company and its stockholders.
www.tht.com /public/f_pub_about.htm   (147 words)

  Public Company Search - Doing Company Research: (Business Reference Services, Library of Congress)
Information on public companies is considerably easier to locate than information on privately-held companies.
Company financials, including annual reports, prospectuses or 10k's on over 3,600 public companies are available without charge to the investing public.
Companies frequently allow users to find information about particular plants (especially in manufacturing), properties they own, or other offices/locations (often found in the contact information).
www.loc.gov /rr/business/company/public.html   (1605 words)

  Reverse Mergers with a Public Shell
The private company shareholders pay for the shell and contribute their private company shares to the shell company and the private company is now public.
Public company stock is often easier to use in estate planning for the principals.
The audit statements of the private company have to be consolidated with the public company's financial statements.
www.gopublic.com /reversemerger.html   (1807 words)

  BT Research - Public company   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A public company usually refers to a company which is permitted to offer its securities (i.e., stock, options, bonds, etc.) for sale to the general public, typically through a stock exchange.
This meaning of a "public company" comes from the tradition of public ownership of assets and interests by and for the people as a whole, and is the less-common meaning in the United States.
In the UK, a public company is a company that has registered as a public company at Companies House by the alteration of its name to include the suffix "plc" or "public limited company", and which has received a certificate stating that it has an issued share capital of no less than £50,000.
www.breathittteens.com /research.php?title=Public_company   (1308 words)

 How To Go Public - FutureTech
Public companies will have valuations that can be from 2 – 10 times their annual revenue (or more), depending on the industry and the company.
By enabling your company to realize why it is important, and more importantly, what benefits you will be able to have as a public entity, you will be able to make a complete and informed decision about moving forward with an offering.
Public companies are more likely to receive the attention of major newspapers, magazines and periodicals than a private enterprise.
www.futuretechcapital.com /HowGoPublic.asp   (2073 words)

 Guide to Going Public (1999)
The initial public offering process can also help you gain visibility and provide a greater sense of security for potential suppliers and customers who may perceive your public company status as a positive reflection of your financial affairs.
It is difficult and costly to take a public company private again, so in some cases the disadvantages may lead you to decide that going public is not the right step to take.
Public companies have a management structure with clear lines of authority, a strong and independent board of directors and a committee structure to comply with corporate governance rules set out by the securities exchange.
www.pwc.com /extweb/pwcpublications.nsf/DocID/08EFF19170E0794E8525687800563767   (1745 words)

 How to take a company public in Australia - List on the NSX, BSX or ASX
Perhaps the most important pre-condition for going public, is that the company's founders and owners must take a decision that their future, their company's future and the nation's future can best be served by sharing ownership with the public.
There is a view that when companies share ownership through public offerings, that this encourages their own customers to save and invest, thereby assisting them to participate in the process of wealth creation and economic growth.
Alternatively, public companies may finance acquisitions with their stock as opposed to cash or a mixture of both.
www.capitalised.com /why-go-public-on-stock-exchange.htm   (1108 words)

Public limited companies are able to obtain more capital than other firms due to the share sales and also banks are more likely to give out loans to them as they have better credit.
However, shares allotted in a public company must be paid-up to at least a quarter of their nominal value and the whole of any premium (except that this does not apply to shares allotted under an employees' share scheme).
Public companies are more restricted in what they may accept in payment for shares and non-cash payments must be valued before shares are allotted (except in the case of bonus issues, mergers or arrangements whereby shares in another company are cancelled or transferred to the company).
www.solarnavigator.net /sponsorship/public_limited_companies.htm   (3637 words)

 Public Company Accounting Oversight Board Summary
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (or PCAOB) (sometimes called "Peekaboo") is a private-sector, non-profit corporation created by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, a 2002 United States federal law, to oversee the auditors of public companies.
The PCAOB was created in response to an ever-increasing number of accounting "restatements" (corrections of past financial statements) by public companies during the 1990s, and a series of high-profile accounting scandals and record-setting bankruptcies by large public companies, notably those in 2002 involving WorldCom and Enron.
The Public Oversight Board was formally dissolved on March 31, 2002, though its members had resigned en masse in January 2002 to protest then-SEC Chairman Harvey Pitt's proposal for a new private auditor oversight body to regulate the industry (a proposal which would evolve into the PCAOB).
www.bookrags.com /Public_Company_Accounting_Oversight_Board   (2434 words)

 Going Public In The U.S. - Initial Public Offerings, IPO, IPOs, DPOS, Reverse Mergers, Shells, Venture Capital, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Public companies actively seeking such mergers are sometimes referred to as blank check companies or public shells, given the fact that ideally only their corporate structures and status as publicly listed entities and fully reporting issuers are the dominant features of interest in such a merger.
The private company merges into a public company and obtains the majority of its stock (generally ranging from 80-95%) Once the merger is consummated, the post-merger, combined entity changes its name to that of the private company, appointing and electing key officers and directors and the discretion of the private company.
The private company’s stock, distributed to the public shareholder base of the public company results in a divestiture by the public company of its direct ownership or affiliation of the private company via a distribution of the private company’s stock to the public company’s shareholders.
www.gopublicusa.com /goingpublic.htm   (1569 words)

 Airam Capital Group, Inc. - Going Public   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Publicity: A public offering of stock can generate prestige, publicity and visibility, which is effective when marketing your company.
Because the financial condition of a public company is subject to the scrutiny of the SEC reporting requirements, existing or future business relationships are strengthened.
A public company's corporate strategy is outlined by annual reports and marketing brochures which encourages corporate growth, development and merger activity.
www.airamcapital.com /going_public   (1699 words)

 NYPL, Searching for Company Information Research Guide
A public or publicly-held company is one that has shares outstanding that are available to be bought and sold by individual investors from the public.
Another reason the company may be evading you is that all of the information appears under its parent/sister or subsidiary company--and not itself.
Since the quality of indexing does vary from publication to publication, it may simply be that the directory you have been using lists all details on the company under the entry for the holding company or larger corporate family of which it is a part or is connected to.
www.nypl.org /research/sibl/company/print.html   (3360 words)

 Public Storage Inc.
That and the fact that the company has had a strong capability for raising capital through the years have brought the company to where it is today.
Second, Public Storage works with large city markets because a large population base is needed in order to have a large number of properties, "and it was important to us to have large numbers of properties in a given geographic area so that we could efficiently afford to supervise them," Lenkin adds.
With the success of the Public Storage brand in Canada, it seems a natural step to continue its growth in international markets, but this is not the plan thus far because, once again, you don't fix what isn't broken.
nreionline.com /mag/real_estate_public_storage_inc   (1337 words)

 Company Policies - RJR Nabisco - Equal Employment Opportunities
The Company and all its employees are prohibited or severely restricted from exporting to, or entering into transactions with, countries or nationals of countries embargoed by the U.S. government.
Although the Company strongly discourages facilitating or expediting payments, in those exceptional circumstances where such a payment is necessary, nominal payments may be made to foreign officials, political parties or party officials outside the United States to expedite official action to which the Company is entitled under applicable law.
Company funds may be used to pay the administrative costs of the PAC as permitted by applicable law.
www.ilo.org /public/english/employment/gems/eeo/code_98/nabis.htm   (2330 words)

 Stock, reverse mergers, public shells, going public
Public company: A company whose shares can be bought and sold by the general public through a recognized stock exchange.
There are two uses of this term.* A company that is owned by stockholders who are members of the general public and traded publicly.
It is differentiated from privately held companies where the shares are held by a small group of individuals often members of one or a small group of families or otherwise related individuals (or other companies).
www.tcc5.com /PublicCompany_link.htm   (220 words)

 Going Public Advantages: Access to Capital, Liquidity, Compensation, Prestige, Publicity, Mergers & Acquisitions, ...
By going public, a company creates a market for its stock in which buyers and sellers participate.
A public offering of stock can generate prestige, publicity and visibility, which is effective when marketing your company.
One of the important benefits of a public offering is the fact that the company's stock eventually becomes liquid, offering reward and financial freedom for the founders and employees.
www.gopublictoday.com /goingpublic/goingpublic-advantages.php   (1430 words)

 Public Company Formation: Incorporate Public Limited Company - Start-Up Publicly Traded Company, Advantages UK PLC ...
The initials PLC after a UK or Irish company name indicate that it is a public limited company, a type of limited company whose shares may be offered for sale to the public.
It is differentiated from privately held companies where the shares are held by a small group of individuals, who are often members of one or a small group of families or otherwise related individuals, or other companies.
Private companies are deemed to be converted into public companies in the following circumstances: When not less than 25% of the paid up capital of the company is held by one or more corporate bodies.
www.ukincorp.co.uk /s-1G-public-company-formation-uk.html   (5359 words)

 The Clorox Company | Company Information
The independent registered public accounting firm shall report directly to the Audit Committee, and the Audit Committee has the ultimate authority and responsibility to evaluate the performance of the independent registered public accounting firm and, where appropriate, terminate the independent registered public accounting firm.
The Audit Committee's considerations and discussions with management and the independent registered public accounting firm do not assure that the Company's financial statements are presented in accordance with GAAP or that the audit of the Company's financial statements has been carried out in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United States.
Oversee the Company's compliance with legal and regulatory requirements other than those related to accounting or financial reporting (which are the responsibility of the Audit Committee), and discuss with management the status of pending litigation, environmental issues and other areas of oversight as may be appropriate.
www.thecloroxcompany.com /company/charters.html   (3126 words)

 Public Limited Company Formations (PLC) by Business Inc Company Formation Agents
A Public Company must have at least £50,000 worth of shares issued and at least 25% of them have to be paid up.
A PLC Company can sell shares to the public and may be listed on The Stock Exchange.
Shareholders of plc companies may hold their shares through offshore companies for effective tax mitigation and asset protection.
www.business-inc.co.uk /public-limited-company-plc.php   (200 words)

 HDL -- How to find Company Information   (Site not responding. Last check: )
If a company is public (stocks are available to be bought and sold by the public on one of the stock exchanges), there will be a wealth of information because publicly traded companies must file extensive information with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
It is helpful to identify a public company’s “ticker symbol,” since this can be used as a quick look-up key in other sources.
Examples of area public companies include Herman Miller, Inc., and Steelcase Inc, with respective ticker symbols HMLR (traded on the Nasdaq stock exchange) and SCS (traded on the New York Stock Exchange, or NYSE).
www.calvin.edu /library/researchhelp/tutorial/findcompany.stm   (1509 words)

 Public Company Management Corporation Press Releases | Small Business Bridge to the U.S. Capital Markets through: ...
Management consulting services to companies seeking to enter the public capital markets via self-underwriting or direct public offering or move from one capital market to another.
As a public company with its common stock quoted and traded on the OTCBB, PCMC endeavors to lead by example.
The companies listed in the index are not clients of PCMC and PCMC does not own any of their securities.
www.publiccompanymanagement.com   (436 words)

 The Hekman Library -> Economics & Business > Finding Company Information   (Site not responding. Last check: )
If a company is private, meaning it is privately held and stock is not publicly available for purchase, you can expect to find less information because the company is not required to disclose information to the SEC.
Whether your company is public, private or not-for-profit, national or international, the best and most comprehensive source to go to at Calvin is LexisNexis Academic.
Stay current on news about your company or companies as it is happening by creating alerts.
library.calvin.edu /classes/economics_and_business/finding_company_information   (1142 words)

 SEC Regulations - Initial Public Offerings, IPO, IPOs, DPOS, Reverse Mergers, Shells, Venture Capital, Business Plans, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Companies may choose among three formats to prepare the offering circular, one of which is a simplified question-and-answer document; and may "test the waters" to determine if there is adequate interest in its securities before going through the expense of filing with the SEC.
If a company "tests the waters," it can use general solicitation and advertising prior to filing an offering statement with the SEC, giving it the advantage of determining whether there is enough market interest in its securities before incurring the full range of legal, accounting, and other costs associated with filing an offering statement.
A company can sell at least $1,000,000 of securities under this exemption, no matter how small the company is. It can sell even more if it satisfies certain formulas based on the company's assets or on the number of its outstanding securities.
www.gopublicusa.com /regulations.htm   (3917 words)

 Reverse Merger with Public Shell   (Site not responding. Last check: )
For decades, medium and large companies used the public market to raise capital and extend their public exposure.
Small companies can use the electronic OTC Pinks Sheets and the OTC Bulletin Board to raise capital and provide an exit strategies to their founders and early investors.
The deal rests on whether the public shell company likes your company enough to be acquired by it ?market conditions have almost no bearing.
www.publicshell.com /index.html   (477 words)

 FutureTech helps companies benefit from becoming public   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Public Shells through Reverse Merger is the best and fastest way to become public where by the private company shareholders may gain control of a public company by merging it in with their private company.
A Grey Sheet is a non-reporting entity and is sought out by companies who are interested in going public in the sense that they have a symbol, transfer agent and shareholder base, but do not have the immediate need for high liquidity and high trading volume of their stock.
A reverse merger into a public shell is the best and fastest way to become public and will cost from $75k to $1M depending on the type of the public shell.
www.goiponow.com /services/default.htm   (706 words)

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