Company websites are becoming an increasingly important source of information for investors as Congress and the Securities and Exchange Commission have passed regulations and national exchanges, including NYSE and NASDAQ, have issued rules that govern what, when and how content should be posted on them. The SEC has also published guidance on specific areas in which they do not have regulations, but want to prevent investor confusion.

Some companies present the bare minimum information required, while others prefer to use their websites as a tool to attract and inform investors. This article discusses several of the key requirements for public company websites and touches on some of the more complex scenarios that companies may face when they use their websites.

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