Category: Banking, Investors, Capital
What does the start-up capital landscape look like today? Bill Diffenderffer joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how his latest start-up, Silver Car, was able to raise capital for a venture that will compete in a very mature industry.
What will happen if the FDIC business deposit guarantees expire? Bob McTeer joins Jim Blasingame to discuss whether a failure to extend the FDIC business deposit guarantees will hurt community banks and, therefore, small businesses.
Is there more or less to worry about regarding global financial conditions? Bob McTeer joins Jim Blasingame to report that he believes global financial conditions are in better shape than they have been, and why.
How does the Fed's monetary policies benefit Main Street? Bob McTeer joins Jim Blasingame to explain the Fed's current monetary policies and reveal how they help small businesses and Main Street Americans.
If the FDIC doesn't extend the guarantee limit, it will hurt community banks. Jim Blasingame reports that if the FDIC deposit guarantee for all deposits is not extended, it will hurt community banks and, by association, small businesses.
How will the business selling environment be in the 2nd Obama term? Russ Brown joins Jim Blasingame to predict that the 2nd Obama term will be a great time to start, buy or sell a business because there will be more financing available.
Will small businesses borrow more money in the next four years because of low interest rates? Gary Moore joins Jim Blasingame to debate whether low interest rates will cause small business owners to take more risks in the next four years.
Looming regulatory challenges threaten the health of the community bank sector. Mike Menzies joins Jim Blasingame to report how regulations aimed at big bank reform could cause independent community banks to become collateral damage.
What are the dangers facing America's independent banks? Mike Menzies joins Jim Blasingame to report on challenges facing community banks, including a regulations like Dodd-Frank and Basel III, plus the slow economy.
What does capital and equity say about the economy? Sam Norwood joins Jim Blasingame with the Tatum Survey that shows business equity and loan demand are down based on a bad economy and continued uncertainty.
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