Contrast mature profitable firms with stable cash flows

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Compare and contrast mature profitable firms with stable cash flows with firms with higher risk (dependencies on economy) with unstable cash flows. What risks do they take in regards to leverage use, tax shields and trading information between managers and investors?

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