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Regulations designed to protect 'the little guy' are crimping job growth

If you were to design a system to encourage investment in small, high-growth companies, the kind that have produced a disproportionate number of American jobs, would you do any of the following?

Invest less in academic research and development, which has a track record of producing commercially valuable innovation.

Overwork the patent system to th......

Full article >>> ." Public companies have created much of America's wealth and jobs over time, Heesen noted, so the goal should be to "assure integrity of financial reporting" without crushing initial public offerings (IPOs) under a mountain of regulation.

For venture investors to cash out of their investments, there must be some sort of an "exit strategy." That could be a merger with another company or a......

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