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TCO 4) One result of taking a firm private is.
1.the firm's stock is no longer available for purchase on the open market.
2.managers lose some control as the number of .stockholders increases.
3.the public image of the firm will suffer
4.the firm will have access to more capital.

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    4.the firm will have access to more capital.

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