Agency asks companies including Google and Amazon.com to tell investors about cyber-attacks in filings.
By Linda Sandler, Bloomberg|August 29, 2012 at 10:41 AM
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Securities and Exchange Commission guidelines on when companies should disclose cyber-attacks have become de facto rules for at least six companies, including Google Inc. and Amazon.com Inc., agency letters show.
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