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14A filing

The 14A filing is a Securites and Exchange Commission (SEC) filing detailing insider ownership of a corporation.

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The Motley Fool generally takes these statements very seriously, as we believe there's almost no substitute for the value and importance of executives owning a piece of their own corporation. We feel much more comfortable owning stock when management owns a lot, and less comfortable owning stock when management doesn't.

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