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Can You Become a Public Company Without Realizing It?

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Say, for example, you have a fast-growing company and a broad-based stock-option plan. "If a certain number of employees exercise their options, the company becomes a de facto public company, subject to securities laws," says Corey Rosen of the National Center for Employee Ownership.

Last updated: Feb 1, 1998




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