Financial Printers Embrace Biggest Competitor: The Internet
Stacy Lu N. Y. Times News Service, THE JOURNAL RECORD
At first glance, the financial printing industry appears to be facing an uphill battle in surviving the digital age.
After all, the industry has received increasing warnings of the imminent demise of its traditional business: printing reams of government-mandated forms, brochures and securities prospectuses.
Since May, companies have been required to make electronic filings of initial public offerings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Moreover, the SEC announced in 1995 that companies could meet federal disclosure regulations in many cases by delivering financial information electronically. Investors can now find plenty of information on-line. And a …
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