The Securities and Exchange Commission proposed its widely anticipated rules banning executives from passing company information to select groups, a practice known as “selective disclosure.”

Opening up the 90-day comment period, the SEC issued rules for feeding information into the market in a way officials say is more fair to individual investors. And the SEC has some suggestions for companies — like utilizing Webcasting of analyst meetings — to help keep the playing field level.

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