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Would more corporations benefit by following Dell's lead and becoming private rather than remaining public?

  • Yes, more corporations would benefit from following Dell's lead.

    Imagine how annoying it is to run a public company. Sure, there is the possibility of making more money, but it is worth it? It seems like the best thing to do would be to make companies private. That way there's so much less to deal with per every dollar earned.

  • Yes, many more companies could benefit from going private.

    For many corporations, a public listing is the mark of a truly successful brand. No other move can give a company greater public recognition. Yet the pressures of maintaining adequate investor returns can also be a great hindrance to growth and prevent the company from taking risks that may in fact pay off in the long term. Hence, going private is something many struggling companies should consider.

  • Yes, because the corporations would be able to make their decisions without having to ask for permission.

    I think that corporations going private would be beneficial in following Dell's lead because it would give the corporation more freedom to make decisions without having to ask for permission. They would be able to make their own financial decisions, as well as be able to have private shares as long as they aren't traded publicly. I also think it would be beneficial because it allows the corporation more freedom in how they run their business as well. Private corporations don't have to disclose financial information, and can focus on their goals instead of having to worry about making sure all shareholders are getting their equal share. Being a private corporation allows the company to focus more on the company rather than being at the mercy of its shareholders.

  • Yes, I think they will.

    Yes, I think that more corporations would benefit by following Dell's lead and becoming private rather than remaining public because it helps them keep their company together and it isn't thrown all over the place by he said she said which is one of the main things that break compnaies apart .

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