WAWA, Pa. — Convenience-store chain Wawa, based here, has joined Wegmans Foods Markets of Rochester, N.Y., and other companies to lobby for changes in Securities and Exchange Commission rules that would allow them to keep their financial information private. The SEC requires that private companies with more than 500 shareholders file financial statements, even if their stock is not publicly traded. But Wawa, Wegmans and other companies — including several tech firms — ...

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