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Private Companies Publicly Fundraising: Where's The Money Going?
It's been nearly six months since private companies were given legal permission to publicly advertise their fundraising efforts. Here's a look at how it has paid off so far.
This Startup Wants to Protect Your Startup From 'Bad Actors'
Legal compliance company CrowdCheck has a new service allowing entrepreneurs to protect themselves as they get ready to fundraise.
In Crowdfunding, Who is Responsible for Preventing Fraud?
On the last day of the public comment period over the proposed equity crowdfunding rules, a slew of stakeholders wrote into the SEC on the topic of liability in the case of fraud.
Another Score for Crowdfunding: Indiegogo Raises $40 Million
The San Francisco-based fundraising platform secured a hefty pile of cash which it will use to grow globally and make its platform more mobile-friendly.
As Comment Period Closes, Debate Over Equity Crowdfunding Rules Rages On
The Securities and Exchange Commission released provisional rules to regulate equity crowdfunding on Oct. 23. The comment period officially ends on Feb. 3, but there is no end in sight to the debate.
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To Attract Funding, Develop a Prototype
In the startup world, selling your vision in a PowerPoint presentation is so passe. To get the attention of VCs, prototypes are a must. Here is why.
Crowdfunding Seen Providing $65 Billion Boost to the Global Economy in 2014 (Infographic)
Fundable, the online platform for both donation and equity-based crowdfunding, has helped startups raise $50 million in 8 months. Here are its projections for the future of crowdfunding.
How the JOBS Act Boosted the IPO Market (Infographic)
A look at the companies that have gone public since President Obama passed the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act in April of 2012.
What the U.S. Can Learn From the Netherlands About Equity Crowdfunding
U.S. regulators are tied up in knots trying to figure out how to write laws for equity crowdfunding to prevent fraud. Perhaps they should take a page from the Dutch.
PayPal to Give Small Businesses Access to Working Capital in Minutes
The online payments giant is getting into the finance market, providing access to credit based entirely on sales history – no credit check required.
Top 3 Small-Business Challenges (Infographic)
Business owners are optimistic about the U.S. economy improving and want to grow their business, but they face significant hurdles in doing so, a new report shows.
SBA Shows High-Tech Startups Some Love
The U.S. Small Business Administration, widely considered near useless to high-tech startups, has made two efforts in as many weeks to woo this innovative group of entrepreneurs.
Why Venture Capitalists and Entrepreneurs Often Don't See Eye to Eye
The National Venture Capital Association released its first brand influence study on the venture capital industry today.
Did Raising Money Just Get Easier? Depends Who You Are
The Security and Exchange Commission's recent lifting of a ban prohibiting entrepreneurs from being public about raising money may have changed the funding game for some. Here's how.
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