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Securities and Excuses Commission

13 April 2015 By Reynolds Holding

The U.S. watchdog has clarified when companies can squelch deceptive ballot submissions, though Wal-Mart and others are struggling with ambiguities elsewhere. Meanwhile the SEC made BofA accept a proposal to consider a breakup. Less fuzzy rules help companies and investors alike.

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