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  3. The End of the Public Company


An economic expert’s thoughts on how widening economic disparity, business scandals, and increasing national debt could very well mean the end of the public traded companies as we know them today.

The current climate emphasizing growth at any cost may have worked 50 years ago, but it has become unsustainable. The more we focus on such an antiquated notion, the less in touch with the reality of the times we become. Looking to the future with a fresh perspective is now integral for success in the long-term.


High stock prices with negative interest rates?
What makes a public company?
Do public companies have a place in the 21st century?

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