The Sarbanes-Oxley Act, enacted in 2002 in the wake of corporate scandals that rattled America’s capital markets, was supposed to give more protection to investors.
But the higher costs that accompany increased disclosure and stiffened internal controls appear to be driving a growing number of companies to simply withdraw from the major exchanges.
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