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Big banks aren't so good with small loans. There are new options available for getting financing with minimal hassle on friendly terms.
Despite the recent rise in the number of small business loans, small business lending still has not returned to their highs.
The peer-to-peer lending site announced today that, with its acquisition of Springstone Financial, it would be expanding its reach in consumer finance.
A new report from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation shows that, despite massive banking industry consolidation, there are more community banks in the U.S. now than there were 30 years ago.
The online-only, peer-to-peer finance marketplace is expanding its reach.
New York City-based OnDeck Capital launched a new loan program today that gives small-business owners access to a significant amount of cash in a flash.
In a misguided attempt to help the lowest income rung, the USPS is being floated as America's next bank. That won't help anyone.
How do you like odds of 1 in 9.2 quintillion? That's how likely it is to predict a flawless NCAA bracket.
Here we go over several reasons why larger banks are starting to warm up to small-business lending again.
Access to capital is key in helping high-growth startups get off the ground and running. Here are two ways to help get them there.
As Republicans and Democrats draw battle lines in the sand, small businesses seeking capital may be left in the cold.
The online payments giant is getting into the finance market, providing access to credit based entirely on sales history – no credit check required.
A new report says the growth rate of lending at smaller banks surpassed that of their larger peers in the second quarter.
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