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23 November 2010 By Rob Cox

Buyout firms have a backlog of companies they want to resell to public markets. Most aren’t new or even renewed, like GM. Many, like Harrah’s, are indebted and offer little growth. But investors can distinguish a seethrough public offering, or C3PO, from a solid IPO.

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