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16 May 2018 By Edward Hadas

The office-rental outfit’s “community-adjusted EBITDA” is ridiculous, but it gets at a real problem: valuing fast-growing firms. Standard measures would benefit investors more than company-defined ones. Accountants can help – once they learn to deal with the post-factory economy.

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