Tired of Striking Out with Banks, Small Businesses Find Alternative Lenders’ Pitch More to Their Liking

In baseball, a player who bats below .200 is said to be hitting below the Mendoza Line, so named for a light-hitting shortstop for the 1970s Pittsburgh Pirates. That means the batter makes an out more than eight out of …

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