The shares of microblogging firm Twitter may not be the bargain investors are hoping for.
Online lenders with access to reams of e-commerce data are using it to provide working capital to some small and midsize borrowers.
The Securities and Exchange Commission finally released its proposed rule governing crowdfunding, but final approval is unlikely this year.
Data mining is changing the way companies target customers and plan projects, but the tools and resources to do it are a big investment.
CFO answers your questions about crowdfunding, general solicitation and the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act.
A Chinese internet firm finds a better way to make money.
A JOBS Act rule that ends the ban on general solicitation and allows companies to market private placements to a mass audience goes into effect today.
Would you say that in front of your board of directors? No? Then you shouldn't tweet it or post it on Facebook.
While the SEC still takes measured steps, recent actions show it is keeping social media on its agenda when it comes to company disclosures.
How much it will rise—and why.