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- adj. Of a corporation or other business, owned by a small number of people, and not having shares of ownership sold via a stock exchange or other public market.
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Finally, as a closely held and relatively unstructured company, the Lanzagorta Group was viewed in Mexico as an aggressive, flexible, and fast-growing company that provided a great opportunity for young executives to develop and grow.
Although most new, do-it-at-home businesses should be set up as sole proprietorships, what should you do if you now have a small closely held corporation?
Three weeks later, as is the Washington way, the closely held assessment landed on the front page of the Washington Post under the byline of Bob Woodward and the unambiguous headline “McChrystal: More Forces or ‘Mission Failure.’”
It was also important that everything they did not only found favor with their hosts, but did not offend any of their inscrutable and closely held customs.
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