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U.S. small businesses’ access to capital at its highest level since 2012, but demand for funding is down, according to the latest results from Dun & Bradstreet and Pepperdine University’s Private Capital Access quarterly report. Read more.
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The SEC has approved Overstock.com’s plan to issue company shares on the blockchain through its alternative trading platform.
Candidates are in the driver’s seat, companies are hiring for potential rather than experience, and other hot trends.
Small and midsize businesses successfully secured capital this quarter but their demand for funding fell.
Data analysis can identify potential issues, demonstrate growth drivers, and shed light on profit drivers.
The private equity firm is also investing $435 million in Avon Products for an ownership interest of 16%.
But the drugstore chain’s same store-sales fell short of estimates in part due to the introduction of low-margin generic drugs.
The coal company said it is delaying a $90 million interest payment to continue discussions with creditors regarding a balance sheet restructuring.
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