Public companies

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Definition of Public Companies

A limited company can be ‘private’ or ‘public’.

Public companies are usually much larger than private companies.

Intangible assets are also long-term assets. They are non physical resources and rights owned by a business that offer a competitive advantage or add value to be business.

Their shares are generally owned by a wide portfolio of public shareholders who include large institutional investors, such as pension funds and insurance companies.

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