going private

Definition of "going private"
  1. It's the act of changing a publicly traded company to a private one by ending the registration of the company's shares, removing the shares from a stock exchange, or discontinuing the active trade of the shares in the market
How to use "going private" in a sentence
  1. The tech startup considered going private to avoid dealing with the pressures of public shareholders.
  2. The board of directors voted in favor of going private as they believed it would provide greater flexibility in managing the company's resources.
  3. The shareholders raised concerns about the potential effects of the company going private on their investments.

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