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SANTA MONICA, California, March 31, 2020 / PRNewswire / – Chic, a Los Angeles fintech company, is providing cash to cash-strapped and laid-off employees amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Thanks to Quid’s loan model, shareholders can access the cash value of their shares, up to 30%, without having to liquidate those shares in the short term. …

The Changing Landscape of Merchant Cash Advances

For small businesses, especially with the rise of alternative lending platforms, there are a myriad of financing options, with each type of loan product incorporating its own underwriting and risk management process for lenders. OAK PARK FINANCIAL CASH ADVANCE LOANS Merchant Cash Advance (MCA) is just one category of SME finance, but one that investment …

US tech companies may pay Gig workers part of equity instead of cash under SEC proposal Photo by Pablo Cordero de Pexels The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently released rules that would allow public and private companies to offer equity compensation to workers in concert. The proposed pilot program would allow tech companies like …

Earn rewards Cardholders earn rewards through purchases in three categories, all in the form of Uber Cash, a significant change from its predecessor. Previously, cardholders had a four tier rewards program (4% / 3% / 2% / 1%, respectively): restaurants, hotels / airline tickets, online shopping, and whatever else was available. in a flexible dot …

The Kansas City Newspaper apologizes for the consistently racist coverage of Black America Photo: An edition of the Kansas City Star is seen in the press room on March 13, 2006, in Kansas City, Mo. AP Photo / Ed Zurga) The media are powerful and the images they present can shape perceptions. Racist coverage is …

You probably know that your credit card has an interest rate, a limit on how much you can spend, and a minimum amount you have to pay each month. But if you’re unfamiliar with the nuts and bolts for every component on the board, take some time to refresh yourself. Knowing the types of activities …

In a successful business, everything works like clockwork: every team member knows what they’re doing, every action is meaningful, and every plan is well thought out. In a bankrupt business, anything can quickly collapse: losses pile up, creating widespread chaos. A product undergoes constant change, and communication problems start to snowball. Customers don’t know who …