Nasdaq is looking to make its biggest companies more visible on social media.

Its proposed changes to how it describes its biggest players in a bid to bring more transparency and accountability to the industry.

The changes would allow Nasdaq to list more than a dozen of its largest companies on the market.

The changes would also allow companies to disclose information about their product and service offerings, and allow companies with more than 500 employees to sell products and services directly to consumers.

Some critics worry that the proposed changes would put too much power in the hands of powerful insiders and raise questions about the transparency of the industry, including how much control companies will have to disclose their compensation.

The proposed changes also would make it harder for the government to prosecute companies over fraud, abuse or abuse of government programs.

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