News and Articles About SEC
Is Robert Khuzami's move from the SEC to Kirkland & Ellis such a bad move for government or the private sector?
The SEC takes a step forward in administering the JOBS Act by lifting the ban on general solicitation.
The brothers, famous for their feud over Facebook, have filed papers with the SEC to establish an exchange-traded fund for the online currency.
Debate over investor protection intensifies as rule makers hammer out guidelines for the JOBS Act equity crowdfunding regulations.
The SEC's ruling on disclosures, Bloomberg terminals' addition of live Twitter feeds, the announcement of Facebook Home and more social-media news.
President Obama signed the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act into law one year ago today, and it's still not implemented.
Members of the crowdfunding community descended on Washington, D.C., calling for the regulatory agency to finalize rules.
Various members of the crowdfunding community are expected meet in Washington, D.C., Tuesday to press lawmakers and the SEC to implement the JOBS Act.
Startups in emerging markets like Vietnam want to tap U.S investors, but capital won't flow until crowdfunding moves forward, writes Case Western's Michael Goldberg.
What's ahead for companies seeking to tap crowdfunding to sell equity stakes online? Lots of waiting.
The Securities and Exchange Commission pushes back its release of proposed rules on advertising private stock sales.
Legislation headed to the President's desk could transform the way entrepreneurs access capital and the number of investors able to fund startups.
Being rich does little to protect an investor from fraud. Often there is safety in numbers.
The SEC is forming a small-business committee to review rules that entrepreneurs say make it harder to raise money. But relaxing the rules might not be a good thing.