NYSE Rule Change Would Make It Easier To List Without IPO

By Tom Zanki (June 12, 2017, 4:05 PM EDT) -- Regulators are expected to take action this month on a New York Stock Exchange proposal to tweak its rules to make it easier for private companies to list without completing a traditional initial public offering, an unusual approach that attorneys say could appeal to certain cash-rich startups....

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