closely-held


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Adj.1.closely-held - owned by a relatively few shareholders; "a closely-held corporation"
owned - having an owner; often used in combination; "state-owned railways"
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The acquisition begets Corrigan Krause a second location in Solon, Ohio's business district, as well as a substantial client base of closely-held businesses and individuals with diverse tax and accounting needs.
Summary: Hobby Lobby is a closely-held, Oklahoma-based corporation and is owned exclusively by a family.
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He and his team of relationship banking experts will focus on meeting the specialized banking needs of closely-held middle market businesses in the area.
On March 7, the House Committee on Ways and Means will hold the second of two hearings on how accounting rules cause different types of businesses--specifically, publicly-traded and closely-held businesses--to evaluate tax policy choices differently.
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Norwicke provides accounting and consulting services to closely-held and family businesses, real estate entities and professional and medical practices.
* Recommending the purchase or sale of specific securities, including closely-held securities
In January 2005, we interviewed a large defense contractor and a closely-held cement manufacturer regarding SOX compliance.
Dow Jones said the purchase will "significantly enhance" Dow Jones Newswires coverage of closely-held companies.
"I explained to them that we were small, closely-held businesses, for the most part.
To help accomplish these goals, SFAS 132 stipulates different disclosure rules for public and nonpublic (i.e., closely-held) companies.