The public-company phenomenon

There are videogame companies that operate as a public-company but what is the definition of such? The answer is functioning as a company where general public ownership is dispersed on shares of stock and the stock shares are thus traded in a relatively free fashion.

Accounting the principle of general public ownership (as opposed to private ownership or ownership by a particular country’s government), a videogame company of the aforementioned type would be socialist in nature. I’m not a hippie advocating hardcore-socialism but Capcom (a public-company in the videogame market) is an exceptional case of socialism being implemented beneficially.

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