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The government is sitting on a proposed bill that will open up new sources of financing for entrepreneurs everywhere.
Two years after President Obama signed the act into law, we lay out the good and the bad.
Provision of JOBS Act could change how businesses raise capital. But it faces regulations that could make it useless.
Our expert explains how to publicly reach out to investors within the parameters of the JOBS Act.
Recent editorials show that the difference between rewards-based and equity crowdfunding is misunderstood.
AOL co-founder Steve Case shares his views on the hits and misses of the two-year-old JOBS Act.
The Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act, signed into law on April 5, 2012, fundamentally changed the fundraising landscape for entrepreneurs. Here's a look at what has changed and what's next.
Venture capital and angel investors are sinking money into startups that are innovating the way that buildings are bought.
Legal compliance company CrowdCheck has a new service allowing entrepreneurs to protect themselves as they get ready to fundraise.
If the SEC allows Regulation A+ to pass without the requirement of state compliance, entrepreneurs could raise up to $50 million.
The JOBS Act and the proposed SEC rules really has nothing to do with the popular funding site. So what exactly is it?
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.
A look at the companies that have gone public since President Obama passed the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act in April of 2012.
More than a year after President Obama signed the JOBS Act into law, the Commission released rules for regulating equity crowdfunding. Here's what you need to know.
Under the JOBS Act, there will be new ways to raise money. But not all fund-raising is created equal.
Even though many people think the term 'crowdfunding' is universal, there are actually multiple options available for those needing to raise funds. Find out what each type is.
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.
Equity crowdfunding proposes a fair shot for all entrepreneurs, but as with most things in a capitalist structure, only the strong will survive.
A crowdfunding expert answers the most frequently asked questions about this new way of raising startup funds for your business.
Not wanting a repeat of Facebook's botched IPO, Twitter reportedly plans to list itself on the New York Stock Exchange when it makes its market debut.
Some entrepreneurs are looking to streamline the potentially onerous process of accrediting investors in accordance with the SEC's new rules on general solicitation.
With the new fundraising rules going into effect next week, here are a few key features and tips to keep in mind.
What Entrepreneurs Need to Know About the Historic Change in General Solicitation Law That Goes Into Effect September 23
The 80-year-old ban on private companies advertising their fundraising efforts lifts on Monday, and the industry is largely cautious, waiting for the SEC to hand down more details on how the change will be regulated.
Twitter has filed to go public, though potential investors will have to wait a bit to get a sense of its financials.
'Broker-Dealer Lite' Legal Gray Area Puts Entrepreneurs at Risk As JOBS Act Opens Internet to Pitching Accredited Investors
The legality of deals can come into question if 'finders' who connect companies with investors for a fee aren't registered as broker-dealers.
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