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The JOBS Act Progress Report: The Number Of Tech IPOs Can Double By 2016

In early January 2014, there was a widespread concern that the IPO window was going to snap shut. But the chilling IPO winter transformed into an early blossom and the market rebounded. Recently, the soul-searching and spirited talk about the long-term health and sustainability of the IPO market has included much discussion of the benefits brought by the JOBS Act, which two years ago theā€
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