science to profits

Tag: Initial public offering

  • Crowdfunding and the Nanny State

    Lots of activity in the blogosphere this week on Crowdfunding, coinciding with debate in the Senate of the so-called JOBS bill (HR3606), which contains various provisions relating to Crowdfunding. I wanted to comment on some of the different perspectives, and in particular, on a series of recent posts in one of my favorite blogs, Baseline Scenario.

  • Fewer IPO’s: the reasons

    Relating to my last post on Crowdfunding and the 99%, yesterday’s Wall St Journal had an excellent summary of the state of the US IPO (Initial Public Offering) market, written by Jack Markell, Governor of Delaware. In my earlier Crowdfunding post, I made the point that the small, early-stage companies that a public investor could…