Like anyone who ever dreamed about a future in retail, Sally Glover had a clear image in her head of the perfect store she’d run one day: the décor, the signage, the neighbourhood.
“I love the human interaction, the face-to-face with the customers,” she says. “It’s the thing I miss about the bricks-and-mortar experience.”
It could be months before the SEC formally regulates crowd funding, one of the JOBS Act’s most exciting provisions, but some enterprising startups aren’t waiting for a green light from Washington to tap the crowd for capital.
While JOBS has won widespread support with its streamlined IPO provisions, some of the law’s key benefits, including the ability to crowd fund as much as $1 million in seed capital, still have to go through the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) lengthy rule-making process.
By Zacks Investment Research:
Yelp (YELP) has been getting a series of good reviews from Wall Street. Those good reviews come in the form of higher earnings estimates and that has helped make the stock the Bull of the Day as a Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy).
Steady Increases In Revenue
By Markus Aarnio:In this article, I will feature one tech stock that has seen intensive insider selling during the last 30 days. Intensive insider selling can be defined by the following three criteria:
By John Mylant: Yelp Inc. (YELP) is an Internet related company I would describe as an "online urban city guide." It gathers information and opinions from local people and then helps people that search online find different things like places to eat, shop, relax…etc. Its mobile app is very popular as it combines reviews and other relevant information with knowledge of particular locations that consumers are interested in going to.
The New York Times has long been the most-visited newspaper site on the Web, but Britain's Daily Mail is making a run at its crown.According to figures from tracking firm comScore, the Mail Online surpassed the Times in unique visitors in December -- 45.35 million for the Mail to 44.8 million for the Times.Not so fast, said the Times.It noted that the Mail figure includes visitors not only to the newspaper site -- dailymail.co.uk -- but also to those of an affiliated personal finance site -- thisismoney.co.uk.