Tag Archives: Crowd Funding At the Margins

Crowd Funding Now In The Pop Culture

This has got to be a spoof: There’s a report that a Grant Elliot has raised over $3 million on Kickstarter to STOP producer Doug Ellin from making an “Entourage” movie. The funds are supposedly to be used: to let … Continue reading

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Get Cash Now?

American ingenuity fills the void in crowd funding with Zacks Investment Research* promoting its beta website for free ratings of what it is calling “301 offerings.” Zacks is advertising on Google now, suggesting that companies can “get cash today” even … Continue reading

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Crowd Funding for Everyone?

Proof that crowd funding can be used by anyone for anything: “(Reuters) – George Zimmerman, the former neighborhood watch volunteer who is accused of murder in the death of unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin, has raised at least $200,000 through a … Continue reading

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