The difference between public and private investing, explained with veggie burgers
Plant-based meat exploded onto the scene in 2019, with Impossible Burger and Beyond Meat leading the way. Beyond Meat filed to become a public company, while Impossible remained private. But what does that mean, exactly? What's the difference between public and private, and how does the distinction affect these companies?
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