The Long-Term Stock Exchange Gets its First Listings: Report

Two tech companies, Asana and Twilio, listed their shares on the upstart exchange, which is designed to discourage short-term thinking and promote an embrace of all stakeholders, not just shareholders, The New York Times reports. The companies are already listed on the NYSE, making the move largely a technicality, but the exchange hopes others will be encouraged to list there. The exchange has gotten off to a slow start since it was first conceived a decade ago. Read more.

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