Michelle Goodman is a Seattle-based freelance journalist and author of The Anti 9-to-5 Guide.
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Able, the brainchild of two Harvard MBAs, requires borrowers to raise the first quarter of their loan amount from friends and family.
The startup Earnest, which has $15 million in financing from big-name investors, has an alternative way of determining who qualifies for a personal loan.
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It just might be. Here's how to win one at a local, state or federal level.
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Instead of seeking financing, Ryan Smith spent four years bootstrapping to get his company off the ground. Here's why.