One of the key changes enacted by last year’s federal “Jumpstart Our Business Start-ups Act” went into effect on Monday, allowing startups to advertise that they’re seeking equity investments. But the effect of lifting the 1933 ban on general solicitation of private securities offerings is still unclear, local experts said Monday. Read the full story in The Business Journal here.
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