Proposed legislation in the U.S. Congress would revise the Title III equity crowdfunding landscape by roping off a restricted, sky-box-like section just for accredited investors. Some securities professionals expect Congress to enact this legislation by summer 2015. Read more here.
The underdeveloped parts of the world constitute huge potential markets. Many companies are going to make a lot of money there in the coming years. And many of those profitable products will have something to do with bringing power to … Continue reading →
Talia Goldfarb appeared on Shark Tank on October 31, 2014 and walked away with a partner by the name of Daymond John. According to the former social worker, it’s the perfect partnership. Goldfarb had been in business for 10 years … Continue reading →
In an article at CommercialBankruptcyLitigation.com, Adam Stein-Sapir explores the impact a bankruptcy filing can have on a creditor’s efforts to resolve debts owed post-state court litigation, and how a bankruptcy filing can frustrate those efforts. Read more about this interesting … Continue reading →
The Editorial Staff at CommercialBankruptcyAlternatives.com provides a quick overview of what an Exchange Offer is here!
In an article written at CommercialBankruptcyLitigation.com, Jason Hirsch discusses a recent Fifth Circuit decision related to funds received by the Golf Channel from Stanford International Bank Limited. Read more about the clawback litigation here!
a recent article at CommercialBankruptcyInvestor.com, John Peterson discusses whether distressed investing is for the ‘little guy’. Read this important article here!
Last year, AIMKts published a piece called, “Can’t Afford to Live in NYC? You Can Still Own a Piece,” focusing on CityShares, a platform for investing in emerging neighborhoods in NYC, open only to accredited investors, for a minimum investment … Continue reading →
A study from the State University of New York at Buffalo’s School of Management has found that the JOBS Act seems to be having its intended effect – creating jobs, by helping more startups go public. Read more here.
The biggest threat to one’s nest egg or the assets that they wish to leave their loved ones isn’t necessarily a recession or tumbling stock market, but rather the debilitating march of time that might see them facing the kind … Continue reading →