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The Counterintuitive Case for Companies to Stay Private

IPOs used to be a company’s hot coming of age. Now they are more like a company settling into middle age.

TThe IPO used to be a coming-of-age ritual for new companies: They’d grow up a bit sheltered, raising money from venture capitalists and making their big mistakes in private. Then, at the right…

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