JOBS Act 3.0: Would It Help Early-Stage Businesses?
Legislation passed by the House this week would ease some of the restrictions in the six-year-old Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act.
JPMorgan Buys WePay in Major Fintech Move
The bank is reportedly paying more than $220 million to join a wave of Wall Street acquisitions of fintech startups.
‘Chicken Soup’ Video Firm Finds Right Recipe for Reg A+
The crowd (and Wall Street) embrace an IPO from Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment.
JOBS Act Capital-Raising a Moderate Success
The initial data suggest that Title IV, which amended Regulation A offerings, has been the most successful part of the JOBS Act.
A Crowdfunded Company Makes It All the Way to the NYSE
But since then, shares of Myomo, a medical robotics firm, have been on a roller-coaster ride.
What’s Wrong with Crowdfunding?
The JOBS Act was designed to help online capital formation. So far, the results have been disappointing.
SEC Eases Restrictions on Intrastate Offerings
By allowing issuers to solicit capital out of state, the commission recognized the "tremendous expansion of internet communications."
Send in the Crowds
Title III of the JOBS Act — securities-based crowdfunding — goes into effect today. But there's a danger that it could be 'smothered at birth by red tape.'
5 Things to Know about Owning a Small Business
What you need to know about crowdfunding, cybersecurity, location, borrowing, and avoiding culture clashes.
The JOBS Act’s Results Are Mixed
The easier IPO on-ramp has been a boon, but crowdfunding has a very uncertain future.
JOBS Act Rules Could Spawn Headaches as Well as Capital
Finance chiefs wanting to raise capital online face a plethora of choices and challenges.