How the market values "B" and "C" companies

02/15/2013 | Financial Post (Canada)

Shifts in the market have skewed the way private companies are valued, with power titled toward moneyed buyers. Unless a company is clearly in the top ranks, the line between "B" and "C" companies, or "good" and "average," respectively, can be blurred and subjective. Don't give prospective buyers an excuse to rank your firm a C. This article suggests steps to position a company as a B prospect.

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