What makes a publicly held corporation different from a public corporation?
A. A publicly held corporation is entitled to limited liability, but a public corporation is not.
B. They are two terms ...
... that have the same meaning.
C. A publicly held corporation must have a charitable purpose, but a public corporation need not have a charitable purpose.
D. A publicly held corporation has many shareholders rather than being a corporation owned by a governmental entity.
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