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Op-Ed: Intrastate crowd funding

Annapolis - Low access to capital, heavy regulations and burdensome taxes are some of the reasons businesses choose to leave Maryland. The right crowd-funding legislation can change one of those while we work on changing the other two.

Dept. of Justice asked to launch Romney investigation

The U.S. Department of Justice has been asked to investigate whether federal law was violated when Presidential candidate Mitt Romney signed his federal disclosure statement in 2011.

Pfizer pays $60 million to settle bribery allegations

Los Angeles - The ‘big pharma’ company Pfizer has paid the US government $60 million to settle allegations of attempting to bribe doctors to win business.

Facebook rumored to file IPO paperwork with SEC next week

Palo Alto - Rumors over a Facebook initial public offering have been emerging across the Internet and in financial circles for some time now. In recent months talk and speculation has been aimed towards Facebook's IPO coming sooner than later.

Federal Judge rejects Citigroup – SEC settlement

New York - A federal judge rejected a $285 million dollar settlement between Citigroup and the Securites and Exchange Commission Monday after determining that the American financial watchdog had to prove – rather than just claim - the bank committed fraud.

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The California Dept of Corporations is asking consumers and investors to be cautious of Crowd-fundin...
The California Dept of Corporations is asking consumers and investors to be cautious of Crowd-funding, especially now as it is not fully regulated.

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