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A Firm's Value Versus A Stockholder Interests

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How do managers balance maximizing a firm's value versus stockholder interests?

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This response discusses how a company balances the company's goal of maximizing the firm's value and maximizing the stockholder's interest at the same time.

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In large regards, maximizing the firms values is one and the same as stockholder interests. Stockholders are invested in a particular company with the mindset of making money. As managers ...

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