JOBS Gets To Work On IPOs, Companies Cherry Pick Benefits
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
The JOBS Act has made it easier for life sciences companies to file to go public and to communicate with potential investors. But the cost savings from reduced regulatory compliance has yet to be fully achieved.
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