Monthly Archives: August 2012

Financing Expanding for Auto Lending

Auto lending is at “the highest level since the first quarter of 2009” according to a WSJ article I recently read. Apparently, per the article, when people’s budgets get tight, they’ll forego paying their mortgages before they forego making their … Continue reading

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Growth Signals

One sign of growth in construction markets – and overall – is a crane. Yes, a crane. A huge, multi-story construction crane. I remember reading a couple/ a few years ago that the majority of the world’s cranes were located … Continue reading

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Tech Start-Ups Make Inroads Into Large Corporations

I just read an article in the Wall Street Journal about the rise in acceptance of business start-ups by large corporations. According to the article, large corporations such as Vanguard Health Systems are broadening their base of technology companies beyond … Continue reading

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Lower Property Vaues Lessen Small Business Owners’ Credit Availability

According to an American Express Open Forum article… “Nearly all of the businesses surveyed own some sort of property, and the  assets’ declining values cut small business’s clout with creditors.  Lots of entrepreneurs have used their company’s or their own … Continue reading

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