IT WAS a scene reminiscent of a countrywide blackout. In April 2001, Canada’s electronic disclosure repository, SEDAR, decided to reengineer the backend on the system’s public website and in so doing plunged hundreds of thousands of links and bookmarks into a void of 404 error pages. The problem for many Canadian issuers was that they [...]
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