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 every 10 at bats. Sounds pretty futile, doesn’t it? Small businesses often face a Mendoza … Continue reading Tired of Striking Out with Banks, Small Businesses Find Alternative Lenders’ Pitch More to Their Liking