A corporation is a business within a legal framework (based on individual rights) to limit liability where there is a separation of management and ownership.


All the rights of a corporation are derived from those of its members; as such, an individual neither gains nor loses rights in their capacity as members of a corporation.

Insider Trading

In a free-market, investors choose the kinds of companies they want to invest in (rather than have the SEC choose for them): a company which allows insider trading, or a company that prohibits it, or a company somewhere in-between.