Articles From Robert S. Socol

Can owners of closely held companies realize IPO values without going public? By Robert S. Socol Employee Benefits, January 2000 The initial public offering (IPO) marketplace continues to perform at a feverish pace with seemingly no end in sight. Companies with no earnings history are "going public" at lofty values and companies with earnings are going public at incredible multiples of earnings.

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