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Big Banks Really Did Abandon Small Business

So, we weren’t imaging it. The Wall Street Journal reports that the 10 largest banks providing loans of $1 Milllion or more (ie, small business loans) cut their lending by 38% from 2006 to 2014. This has opened the door … Continue reading

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Who Needs Banks?

Has the banking industry figured it out? Disintermediation is rampant now. Huffington Post’s recent article discusses the many ways you can now get financing without begging your branch manager. The list includes: private lenders, including retailers like Staples; of course, … Continue reading

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Peer-To-Peer Lender Files For IPO

Crowdfunding continues to become a legitimate funding alternative as Lending Club files for an IPO this week. Pre-filing valuation was at $4 Billion and the offering is seeking to raise $500 million. LC is a peer-to-peer lender that has recently … Continue reading

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