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A prompt and proper response can get you out of this difficult circumstance.
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Highlight previous success to make yourself a better candidate for a loan.
A company that analyzes driver behavior gets millions in investment to help it travel further.
Factoring--an expensive way to get cash fast--is on the rise. But before you take the money, take a hard look at the deal.
When Fabrice Penot pitched Le Labo--a fragrance company built on perfumes and no hype--investors laughed. Now with stores around the globe and millions in annual sales, Penot is the one who's smiling.
Don't ask venture capitalists for referrals if they say they're not interested.
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