Internet Companies Ask SEC to Reconsider Listing Fees

A coalition of leading Internet companies, including Google Inc., Yahoo Inc. and IAC/Interactive Corp., plans to petition the Securities and Exchange Commission to reconsider new fees that U.S. stock exchanges charge them for posting real-time stock quotes on their Web sites. These new charges recently prompted the financial Web sites owned by AOL, Yahoo, Google and others to stop offering real-time stock quotes, according to the trade group

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