In This Issue:

- High Court Considers Whether Corporations Can Lie to Investors

- Nasdaq Enters Pre-IPO Market with Private Exchange

- Many Early-Stage Start-Ups Still Struggle to Get Funding

- Venture Capitalists Concerned Over Soaring Tech IPO Demand

- Small Businesses Face Uncertainty Over Tax Deductions

- States Collecting More Taxes from Non-Compliant Small Businesses

- U.S. Companies Added $206 Billion to Offshore Profits in 2013

- Corporate Directors Urged to Have More Interaction with Managers

- Government Challenged with How to Support Entrepreneurs

- Excerpt from High Court Considers Whether Corporations Can Lie to Investors:

The United States Supreme Court is considering whether to reverse a decision it made a quarter-century ago and in effect make it impossible for most investors to ever recover if they fall victim to corporate lies. A decision is expected by June.

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Topics:  Fiduciary Duty, IPO, Lying, Nasdaq, Small Business, Startups, Tax Deductions

Published In: General Business Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, Securities Updates, Tax Updates

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