Corporate Finance

How to value a company. How to evaluate investment decisions. What’s the optimal way to finance those investments—through debt or equity? Corporate Finance studies all these questions.

Do Private Companies Pay Dividends?

Yes. Private companies pay dividends either from net income, retained earnings, or newly issued debt, just like public companies do. The only significant difference is more regulation in public companies. That’s the gist of it. For a more comprehensive look…

Difference Between EBITDA and Revenue

Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA), and revenue are key metrics of profitability and health of a business. Both indicate financial performance, but the main difference is that revenue tells you how much the company sells in total,…