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Should You Get a Long-Term or Short-Term Business Loan?

Long-term and short-term loans are both great options for meeting a company’s general financing needs. Here’s how to know which type is best for you. The post Should You Get a Long-Term or Short-Term Business Loan? appeared first on The post Should You Get a Long-Term or Short-Term Business Loan? appeared first on Show More Summary

`Wolf of Wall Street' producer to pay $60m settlement

INTERNATIONAL - The producer of the "Wolf of Wall Street" agreed to pay $60 million to settle claims it financed the movie with money siphoned from a Malaysian state investment fund. The settlement between the U.S. Justice Department...Show More Summary

Black Coffee: Do Not Pass Go. Do Not Collect $200.

It’s time to sit back, relax and enjoy a little joe … Welcome to another rousing edition of Black Coffee, your off-beat weekly round-up of what’s been going on in the world of money and personal finance. And away we go … “Faith is to believe what you do not see; the reward of this […]

Agricultural Finance Innovation

Tinashe Kaduwo reports:Agrilife, illustrates how financial institutions can use digital means to collect data, enabling the lender to assess the farmer and determine whether to extend a loan without requiring an in-person visit by a lending officer. Show More Summary

Technology infrastructure launchpad The Fabric raises $15 million

The Fabric, an early-stage investment company developing new infrastructure technologies, has raised $15 million for its third investment vehicle. Announced at the Montgomery Summit in Santa Monica, Calif., the new financing came from...Show More Summary

Digital revolutions in public finance

Digitalisation has vastly increased our ability to collect and exploit the information that governments use to implement macroeconomic policy. The column argues that the ability of governments to use the vast amounts of information held in the private sector on financial transactions are already making fiscal policy more efficient and effective. Show More Summary

These Companies Are Financing The Return Of Nuclear Terror

With saber-rattling back in style, it’s a profitable time to invest in nukes. “They are capitalizing on chaos,” says ICAN. A new report from ICAN (International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons) and PAX is calling out the 20 biggest...Show More Summary

How to Get Affordable Financing for Rental Properties

Rental properties can definitely be great investments. But is it possible to get into the property rental business without a lot of money? Fortunately, you do not need to have a lot of money on hand or be rich to purchase your first rental property. Show More Summary

Cutting Through AI Smoke And Mirrors On Wall Street

AI, especially the AI used in finance today, lacks the application of deep subject matter expertise to create the clean data and relationships that are the foundation of any successful investment strategy or AI.

Personal Finance and Pride

When Sarah and I were shopping for houses, there were some houses that I essentially wouldn’t even look at. I’d look at the picture and then quickly find some reason not to bother with even visiting that house. Why? Pride. I wanted a house that I would be proud to own and proud to have people come and visit. Show More Summary

Solomon Presents Drivers And Effects Of The 2017 Tax Act Today At Georgetown

Eric Solomon (Ernst & Young) presents Drivers and Effects of the 2017 Tax Act at Georgetown today as part of its Tax Law and Public Finance Workshop Series hosted by Lilian Faulhaber and Itai Grinberg: Introduction On December 22, 2017, the President signed “An Act to provide for reconciliation pursuant...

Favorite Bird #1: Lisa's Gray Jay

For more than thirty years, since I started producing For the Birds, I’ve wanted to make it more genuinely interactive for listeners. How I wish I had an affordable way to record phone calls in my home studio! I don’t get any financial support for producing the program or podcast, and can’t get to the KUMD studio too often to use their equipment. Show More Summary

Personal finance links: constant-dollar spending strategies

Wednesday is all about personal finance here at Abnormal Returns. You can check out last week’s links including a look at the...

Mighty has raised $9M to build a CRM for legal and medical funders

What’s better than building a company in a fast growing industry? Building a service provider for all the other companies in that fast growing industry. While Mighty started as a plaintiff financing platform it’s shifted to a software company that’s building an “operating system for legal and medical founders”. Essentially the startup has created a CRM-like tool… Read More

TripActions Raises $51 Million Series B to Reinvent Corporate Travel Through Technology

PRESS RELEASE: TripActions, a comprehensive business travel platform that is reinventing business travel, announced today it has raised $51 million in Series B financing led by Arif Janmohamed, Partner at Lightspeed Venture Partners and joined by Oren...

What if North Dakotans Started Financing Infrastructure by Lending Money to Themselves?

Screenshot from a information PDF being circulated in support of using some Legacy Fund dollars to finance infrastructure projects. In 2009 the North Dakota Legislature passed a constitutional amendment to create a fund out of a portion of taxes on oil and gas development. Show More Summary

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