Kingscrowd Author:

Aryelle Young


Aryelle Young is a published writer and editor with experience across industries. She has worked with an independent publishing company and as a proposal writer for a government contractor. Her original work has also been published in various journals and one short story collection. At KingsCrowd, she strives to provide insightful and actionable content for all readers. Aryelle graduated with a Creative Writing degree from George Mason University.

SEC Updates Crowdfunding Limits – News Roundup Nov. 2-6

Ant Group's historic IPO is cancelled, the SEC increases the limits on Regulation Crowdfunding campaigns, and the Wild West gets an orchestral makeover.

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Record-Breaking IPO from Ant Group – News Roundup Oct. 26-30

Ant Group is set for a record-breaking IPO next week, startup accelerator IndieBio hosted its demo day event, and the history of Halloween.

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Goldman Sachs Pleads Guilty – News Roundup Oct. 19-23

Goldman Sachs pleads guilty in massive corruption scandal, PayPal gets into crypto, and the definitive best Halloween candy according to math.

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Economic Recovery Looks Slightly Better – News Roundup Oct. 12-16

The IMF revised its predictions for the global economy, Stripe acquired Nigerian company Paystack, and Halloween masks can predict elections.

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Did the Big Tech Companies Win Monopoly? – News Roundup Oct. 5-9

Big tech answers monopoly allegations, Crowdcube and Seedrs merge into one, and the history of jack o'lanterns.

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The Epic-Apple Face-Off Begins – News Roundup Sept. 28 – Oct. 2

Opening arguments for the lawsuit between Epic Games and Apple, StartEngine announces a secondary market, and it's time for horror movies.

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Underrepresented Founders from September 2020

We have compiled all the active Deals to Watch, Neutral Deals, and Founder Profiles from September 2020 that feature underrepresented founders.

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VCs and Corporations Go Green – News Roundup Sept. 21-25

Insane amounts of bank fraud, corporations and venture capitalists address climate change in their own ways, and something called devil's toothpaste.

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