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May 31, 1997

Brian Lane

Talking to the director of the SEC's division of corporation finance about cleaning up capital markets clutter

'It will be old-time investor relations - but on the Internet: constantly providing information, posting notices, responding to e-mail inquiries, creating chat-room forums for shareholders to talk directly to management. And the companies that don't do it will never stack up to the companies that do.' That doesn't sound much like your usual government bureaucrat. In 1980, a young man from Kansas City came to Washington DC with a dream of studying international law. He never left. Entranced

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