Entrepreneurial

GoCardless tries to disrupt the credit card industry

By John Peabody
May 15, 2012

For small business owners, frustration with credit card companies is nothing new.

Credit crunch forces small businesses to get creative

August 17, 2011

United National Consumer Suppliers, a Ft. Lauderdale, Florida broker of clothing, toys and other merchandise for discount stores such as Marshalls, has been seeing more suppliers ask to be paid up front amid worries over the uncertain economy.

Big banks see slow recovery for small business

May 27, 2011

Marc Bernstein’s response to reports of loan facilitators advising small business clients to avoid big banks: “It’s simply bad information.”

“Loan doctor” to small business: Avoid big banks

May 11, 2011

Large banks are making noise about lending more to small companies this year, but financing expert Ami Kassar is still advising his clients to steer clear.

Why America isn’t lending to small businesses

By Guest Contributor
November 16, 2010

– Jeff Stibel is the chairman and CEO of small business credit rating agency Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp. The views expressed are his own. –