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23 Jan 4 Ways to Get Around SBA Loan Shutdown

Affecting more than 200 businesses waiting on the loans across the United States, a Small Business Administration spokesman says, the government shutdown has put a halt to its normal flow of working capital. The SBA typically handles about 200 loans daily for working capital via the...

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31 Dec General Motors Recent Move about “Profit”

Lou Dobbs on his eponymous news magazine castigated General Motors for its recent financial move regarding operations in North America. What do the three bankruptcies of Donald, his ties being made in Bangladesh, Ivanka's products being imported from China, Leveon Bell sitting out the season from...

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31 Oct Sexy Women Close the Deal: 9 Tips to Being a Boss Lady

sexy business woman, global business lending, Attractive young business woman Countless career women of the new millennium have had the New York Times best seller Nice Girls Don't Get the Corner Office: 101 Unconscious Mistakes Women Make That Sabotage Their Careers by Lois Frankel on their shelves for years, including myself. The book came out in 2004, but since social media has taken off and provided more of an outlet of expression for workplace frustration, it is time to update Frankel’s observations with some downright truths that we’ve learned from the average work woman’s Facebook feed, social media rant reports and meme culture – the window into the modern woman’s soul. In fact, this woman doesn’t just want the corner office. She wants the whole office, as in she is far more enterprising now than in 2004. Here are nine tips to get and keep the corner office and/or open your own.
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26 Oct Four Ways Not to End Up Like Sears

sears bankrupt, global business lending. open bankruptcy, merchnat cash advance The bankruptcy filing of 142-year old-Sears should give all business men and women pause. They need to reflect on the state of their businesses to ensure their organizations are not headed for the same unpleasant fate. Even in failure, there are important lessons to be learned so as to avoid the same undesirable outcome. Sears found itself under-capitalized, a paucity of ready cash, over-leveraged with massive unsustainable debt, and with limited appeal to a young, fickle, tech-savvy consumer. Unable to adequately address these three strikes, they filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy reorganization. It remains to be seen if they will re-emerge as a leaner more profitable institution.
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24 Sep Craft Beer Company Turned Down by Bank

In the '80s, craft beer was just taking off in the United States and current household names like Samuel Adams were just getting their start. Newlyweds Kim Jordan and Jeff Lebesch took out a second mortgage on their home in Fort Collins, Colorado to start a...

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17 Sep Capitalize on Decay

There are lessons to be learned as you consider your start-up business and ways to build your dream enterprise on foundations that seem to be decaying. This September, PBS’ Frontline featured Dayton, Ohio - a once thriving Rust Belt city that has now fallen on hard...

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