The companies must let American regulators inspect their financial audits, a fight that stretches over 20 years.
But institutional investors, consumers and other stakeholders could continue to hold companies accountable.
Google’s parent company, Alphabet, plans a 20-1 stock split. Similar moves have become rare, and some experts question their usefulness.
The exchanges currently sell this market information, typically to big, institutional investors.
Corporate boards serve an advisory roles and make key decisions about the direction of a business.
The S&P 500 gained 8.5%, the Dow is up 7.5% and the Nasdaq is up 11% for the quarter.
Adena Friedman explains why markets should stay open, despite all the volatility.
The STAR market is enjoying a buzzy debut, with "a huge amount" of oversubscription from institutional and retail investors.
Stock movements in after-hours markets get a lot of attention. But trading after markets close can be dangerous for small-time investors.