A new post by The Wall Street Journal looks at what many hope to be a renaissance in small IPOs as a result of Reg A+. Reg A+ is just on provision of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act passed by Congress in 2012 to encourage small-business growth.
The post discusses how "In the late 1990s and early 2000s, an ecosystem of bankers, lawyers and investors helped small companies go...
The Q1 2017 Market Pulse Survey found that almost half of advisors expect a decrease in valuations, and about 40% predict a decrease in the buyer pool. The study looked at businesses in the lower middle marke...
Richard S. Ruback and Royce Yudkoff, professors at Harvard Business School, are experts on an overlooked entrepreneurial path: buying a business and running it as CEO.
Purchasing a small company ($500,000 to $2,500,000 in annual profits) lets you become your own boss and reap financial rewards without the risks of founding a start-up. Still, there are things you need to know.
Mark Cuban, the billionaire business man who has had his ups and downs with public companies, recently spoke on stage at the Upfront Summit in Los Angeles to voice his concern about the lack of tech IPOs.
“I don’t understand the reticence to going public,” he said. “It’s just plain stupid.”
After a slow 2016, many are looking at Snap, Inc. to jump start tech IPOs in 2017.