Blockchain Firm Accused of Illegal Stock Sales
The SEC says Longfin shareholders made more than $27 million in illicit proceeds after the company's "mini-IPO" in December 2017.
‘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.
Will Reg A Offerings Flourish in the IPO Downturn?
Regulation A offerings, as improved by the JOBS Act, may be just the ticket when the IPO window is closed.
JOBS Act Confined by Limited Reach
For most companies, Titles II and III of the JOBS Act won't be of much aid in raising substantial capital or attracting investors.
The JOBS Act: Growth Company Bonanza or Regulatory Morass?
Four opinions on whether the JOBS Act is a help or hindrance to companies seeking capital.
States Sue SEC Over New Mini Offering Rules
Massachusetts and Montana claim the SEC wrongfully reduced their regulatory powers by changing Regulation A.