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7 Things to Ask About an Online Funding Marketplace Before Taking Out an Application Online

Getting the right funding for your small business allows everything to run smoothly. Choosing an online funding marketplace can streamline the process. Here are seven things you need to ask before you sign up. Things to Ask About Online Funding How Do You Pick Your Lenders? The process is simple. You start by supplying some basic information through a secure internet ... Read More »

Tips to Become an Authority Through Content Marketing

Want to become an authority in your industry? Content marketing can help you achieve just that. But you can’t expect to just write up a blog post or two and suddenly become a trusted influencer. It takes time and a carefully planned strategy in order to really build up authority. Zac Johnson, CEO of MoneyReign, Inc. and blogger behind ZacJohnson.com has more than 10 years of experience using ... Read More »

Urjit Patel: An RBI governor who doesn’t talk but acts

Raghuram Rajan had taken over as governor of the central bank in the world’s fastest-growing major economy in the thick of the taper tantrum in September 2013 when the local currency was depreciating every day against the dollar and inflation was in double digits. His predecessor D Subbarao had witnessed the collapse of iconic US investment bank Lehman Brothers a ... Read More »

The Last 10 Times an American Small Business Set a Guinness World Record

Small businesses are capable of accomplishing big things — even the biggest. In the last year and a half, 10 small businesses across the United States and Puerto Rico were able to call themselves a Guiness World Records record breaker. Guinness World Records told Small Business Trends in the last year, 800 companies — large and small — have set or ... Read More »

James Damore has an ‘above decent’ chance of winning his legal case against Google

James Damore, the man fired by Google after he published a manifesto that suggested women may have a disadvantage in tech because of their biology, may well prevail in the legal case he has filed against his former employer. That’s because he filed his complaint against Alphabet (Google’s corporate parent) under a provision of the National Labor Relations Act that protects workers’ rights ... Read More »

In an economic death spiral: West Virgina is America’s worst state for business in 2017

There is no mistaking West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice for anything but a local. His plain talk, delivered in a heavy drawl, is fast becoming a trademark of a governor barely six months into his first term. And the talk is often accompanied by theatrics. Like when the Republican-controlled state legislature passed a budget this year that the Democratic governor — a ... Read More »

Why stock-market investors should keep an eye on these diverging indexes

Stocks of trucking companies are a bet on the broader economy While the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite set fresh records on Monday, there is one red flag signaling the potential for a stock-market pullback in the near term, according to Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at CFRA. Since early March, the Dow Jones Transportation Average DJT, +0.73% which is ... Read More »

Things You Should Ask an Insurance Provider

Having insurance coverage is one of the necessities of life. Failure to be insured could result in you losing a considerable amount of money. This is why it is so important for you to take the process of finding an insurance provider very seriously. There are many insurance providers out there that are all looking for your business. However, they ... Read More »

How Banks Can Compete Against an Army of Fintech Startups

It’s been more than 25 years since Bill Gates dismissed retail banks as “dinosaurs,” but the statement may be as true today as it was then. Banking for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) has been astonishingly unaffected by the rise of the Internet. To the extent that banks have digitized, they have focused on the most routine customer transactions, like ... Read More »

Purpose of DNA Testing

DNA is an element found in the bodies of living organisms DNA stands for deoxyribonucleic acid and refers to a hereditary material that can be used to identify individuals. The chances of matching DNA to anyone other than the owner are about 1 in 40 trillion. DNA DNA is a long string-like material that contains the building blocks of life. ... Read More »