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Although persons may not be required to arbitrate rather than litigate their claims, they may by contract agree to arbitrate any claims that arise under the contract. more...

Various structures are available for a business. A business may be set up, owned, and run as a sole proprietorship, a partnership (limited or general), or a corporation (regular, Subchapter S, or limited liability). more...

Exchange-traded funds are open-ended registered investment companies regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission under the Investment Company Act of 1940. The Securities and Exchange Commission has exempted exchange-traded funds from regulatory requirements in order to allow secondary trading on national exchanges of shares in exchange-traded funds. more...

Stock exchanges such as the New York and American Stock Exchanges and trading facilities such as Nasdaq are considered self-regulatory organizations under federal securities laws. To reduce volatility, securities and commodities markets have adopted several mechanisms known as circuit breakers, the collar rule, and price limits. more...

Continuity of existence is an important factor in choosing the structure of a business. The value of a business when viewed as a continuing or "going" concern is likely to be considered higher than the same business if it is being dissolved and its value is being distributed. more...