Monthly Archives: February 2012

Commercial Credit vs. Business Credit

Business Credit We all know a thing or two about our personal credit and how important it can be but what about business or commercial credit? When you embark on a career as a business owner the credit of your … Continue reading

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The Venture Capital Financing Process(Part Deux)

Venture capital (VC) funding is typically used by enterprises that are early-stage, high-risk, high-potential growth startup companies.  Many times they are already generating revenue for their product or service, even though they may not be profitable yet. Round and round … Continue reading

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THE VENTURE CAPITAL STORY

THE VENTURE CAPITAL STORY With the media frenzy that Facebook has caused on the way to a possible $100 billion IPO, I thought it might be appropriate to discuss the venture capital process and how it affects both the company … Continue reading

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OLDER WORKERS…YOUNGER WORKERS…A HUGE RECESSION…COULD A LOGJAM BE BREWING?

A recent article proclaimed that there would be 32.4 million replacement job openings between 2008 and 2018, as baby-boomers exit the workforce.  The first thought that came to mind was, “Really…how can we be certain that these folks can even … Continue reading

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