Public- and private-sector officials weigh in on the issues and challenges for banks to step up lending to small-business owners.
Frustrated by banks, a growing number of business borrowers are turning to peer lending.
Business owners beware: Illinois' massive tax hikes may be implemented in other states.
The relationship between big banks and small business owners remains tentative at best and distrustful at worst.
One of the most important decisions a small business owner makes is who they should hire for financial advice. Here are some tips.
Banks loosened lending standards for small businesses over the past three months but demand for loans remained weak.
Senate Democrats appear likely to win a key vote that would clear the way for a bill creating a $30 billion fund to open lending for small businesses.
Issuers are aggressively marketing small-business credit cards that lack protections from the new law.
BofA's Darnell on the challenges, and opportunities, surrounding small-business lending.
More than 50% of all job cuts in the fourth quarter last year came from small businesses, adding incentive to pass a $30 billion dollar small business bill