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Disrupting the lending universe

Dec 17, 2014

RT @FoxBusiness: Disrupting Lending: OnDeck CEO Noah Breslow talks to @DeirdreBolton about taking his company public: $ONDK

Dec 17, 2014

RT @FoxBusiness: Disrupting Lending: OnDeck CEO Noah Breslow talks to @DeirdreBolton about taking his company public: $ONDK

Online to Brick-and-Mortar Trend Reaches Small Business Scale — Dave Munson and his Saddleback Leather company have come a long way from their sold-off-the-back-of-a-truck-in-Mexico roots. Munson, and his wife Suzette, recently unveiled plans to expand their companies (his Saddleback Leather, hers Love 41) from their cyber space digs into permanent brick-and-mortar retail.

BlackBerry CEO Talks ‘Classic’ Release, Strategy — BlackBerry ( BBRY) CEO John Chen unveiled the company's new smartphone at an event at Cipriani restaurant in Manhattan on Wednesday. The BlackBerry Classic, reminiscent of traditional BlackBerry devices, is designed to appeal to the company's early adopters, with updated functionality.

How oil’s decline benefits U.S., China

Jefferies' Sage Kelly Resigns from Post Amid Scandal — Embattled Jefferies and Co. (NYSE: JEF) investment banker Sage Kelly has resigned from the bank in the wake of embarrassing revelations tied to his messy divorce proceedings, FOX Business has learned. Kelly had been on leave from the bank since October after details of his divorce went viral in financial media.

BlackBerry launches new smartphone

Dec 17, 2014

RT @RiskRewardFBN: .@BlackBerry is going old school. @JoLingKent weighs in on the #BlackberryClassic, the company’s newest smartphone:

Obama: Taking steps to increase travel to and from Cuba — Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton, FBN'S David Asman and Cheryl Casone discuss the problems with removing Cuban sanctions and how making a deal with the country will impact travel and commerce.
Dec 17, 2014

RT @FoxBusiness: A look at how the Obama administration's #Cuba shift will impact travel and commerce: via @VarneyCo

The race to space — Draper Fisher Jurvetson Partner Steve Jurvetson explains why the company is an enthusiastic supporter of SpaceX and his outlook for robotics.

Lender to small biz OnDeck debuts on NYSE — OnDeck Founder Mitch Jacobs on debuting on the NYSE and the company's bid to make a splash in the peer-to-peer lending space.

Fed Keeps 'Considerable Time' Phrase, Continues to Monitor Economic Data — Filed under: Holiday Shopping, Shopping, Deals, SavingVetta/Getty ImagesYou can't beat the convenience of doing your holiday shopping online. No bundling up against the cold, no fighting fellow...
Dec 17, 2014

RT @FoxBusiness: #Stocks surge after #Fed keeps 'considerable time,' says it 'can be patient' about raising interest rates: #FoxMkts

Greta Van Susteren on overhauling Cuban policy

Challenging President Obama’s immigration executive action

W&T Offshore CEO on implications of lower oil prices

Obama less concerned with Americans’ sensibilities than our enemies?

Dec 17, 2014

My Commentary on President Obama's concern for our enemies over American citizens.

How to be active in a volatile market — Glenmede Director of Investment Strategy Jason Pride and Hightower Managing Director Leo Kelly give insight into volatility and investing.

BlackBerry CEO on BlackBerry Classic: I’m committed to security

Utility watchdog: Additional year of delay possible for Georgia nuclear plant, raising costs — FILE- In this June 13, 2014, file photo, construction continues on a new nuclear reactor at Plant Vogtle power plant in Waynesboro, Ga. An analyst for the Public Service Commission, Steven Roetger, said the timeline for finishing two nuclear reactors at Plant Vogtle is trending almost a year longer than currently scheduled.

24 states challenge the immigration executive action — Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt on efforts to challenge President Obama's executive action on immigration.

On Deck Shares Surge in NYSE Trading Debut — On Deck Capital ( ONDK) saw its shares jump 34% in its public debut Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange. The company, which provides loans for small businesses, priced at $20, raising $200 million in its offering.
Dec 17, 2014

RT @FoxBusiness: On Deck shares surge more than 30% in NYSE trading debut. @Katie_Roof has the details: $ONDK