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More companies could follow Snap, Blue Apron IPO playbook under softened SEC rule

It used to take months from the day a company filed its paperwork to go public to the day it sold shares, giving potential investors loads of time to decide whether to buy in. But under a new Securities and Exchange Commission rule set to take effect next month, big private companies such as Uber...
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