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A new breed of adviser is helping companies successfully navigate key capital markets. March 1, 2011
Making the Most of Bad Debt
The IRS lifts a ceiling on the amount of taxable income that can be offset by uncollectible loans. February 28, 2011
Are Lower Swipe Fees Still in the Cards?
Controversy continues to swirl over Dodd-Frank's mandate to cap "swipe fees" for debit and credit cards. February 28, 2011
Lenders Ease Up on Restricted Payments
Companies are increasingly able to renegotiate restricted payment covenants, enabling them to pay dividends and institute buybacks. February 14, 2011
Help for Small Business?
Will community bankers tap a $30 billion fund intended to get capital flowing to small businesses? February 1, 2011
Capital Crumple Zones
Is it time to think about using your capital structure as a buffer against abnormal events? February 1, 2011
Credit Still Scarce for Small Companies
A survey of businesses' favorite banks reveals ongoing tensions. January 27, 2011
Survey: More Foreign IPOs Coming to U.S.
Foreign firms will account for a greater share of IPOs on U.S. exchanges in 2011, say bankers. January 20, 2011
Treasury Tackles Small-Business Lending
Will community bankers tap a $30 billion fund intended to get capital flowing to small businesses? January 13, 2011
Best of 2010: Capital Markets
Ample liquidity let companies issue lots of cheap debt in 2010, but little of the proceeds went toward corporate investment. January 7, 2011