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Private Company Credit Risk Shows Signs of Improving

Privately held companies in the United States, on average, have a slightly improved credit position than a year ago, according to new data from Sageworks Inc., a financial information company.
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Was Your Client Denied Business Credit?

If one of your clients recently applied for business credit and was rejected, he or she isn't alone. Learn five ways you can help a client whose business credit application was denied. A recent survey of banks and asset-based lenders found they had turned down more than a third of all businesses' applications for loans, according to Pepperdine University's 2013 Capital Markets Report.
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Five Money Management Rules for Young Small Businesses

There are many things to consider when starting a new business, and money management probably tops the list. Get started on the right foot with these five money management tips provided by guest writer Bert Doerhoff.
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Underserved market represents new service potential for financial institutions

The underserved market is considered one of the fastest growing segments in the United States and represents significant potential for banks willing to develop new products and services, according to a recent study.
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New Congress Part 2: Health care, Form 1099, financial reform

With Republicans poised to take control of the House in just a few weeks, there is no shortage of speculation about what they will address. To study the possibilities, President Obama appointed a bipartisan commission to make recommendations.
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Jobjuice releases finance, investment banking app

Jobjuice recently has released the Jobjuice Finance and Investment Banking iPhone App, a MBA-level finance review and investment banking guide.
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Bloomberg poll: Investing in the United States is a good idea

In the world of investments, BRICs are the large emerging markets made up of Brazil, Russia, India, and China. Just months ago a poll of global investors rated the United States well below China and Brazil as an attractive market to buy into.
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SEC mulls further measures against naked short sales amid criticism from lawmakers

The SEC once again tackled naked short selling issues as a panel of experts at its “roundtable” on short selling looked at a possible requirement to pre-borrow shares before selling them short, a procedure also known as “hard-locate.”

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