Monthly Archives: May 2014

Cut the False Advertising

We are always looking for financial institutions that are actively lending to small business, as we define it, which is under about $5MM in revenues per year, because so few are. Even though these businesses account for over 50% of … Continue reading

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Teaching Entrepreneurship Gets An Incomplete

Bless the Wall Street Journal. They should read their email files once in a while. They keep writing that entrepreneurship education isn’t what it should be, ignoring the articles that we’ve written to them about our School. Now we’ll just … Continue reading

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Don’t Leave Money on the Table with this Crash Course in Pricing

Aside from a grammar error in the title, this was a pretty good article in But, we have a few comments (or we wouldn’t blog about it) 1. The usual lack of consideration for perceptual pricing, i.e., how much … Continue reading

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