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Trust, but verify

17 June 2011 By Robert Cyran

Companies with 500 stockholders have to open their books to the public via the SEC. This can discourage giving shares to employees and encourage premature floats. But a new proposal would gut the rule. A tweak would better balance firms’ development and investor protection.

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