Wednesday Links: Deliquencies Down, Pot Business Up

Posted by: John Tozzi on December 2, 2009

Many big banks “still don’t have enough capital to adequately protect themselves against potential credit losses” by Standard & Poor’s analysis, Aaron Elstein writes in Crain’s New York.

Delinquencies by small business borrowers are easing, according to Ros Krasny of Reuters.

Marijuana is a thriving business is in Humboldt County, Calif., NPR’s Mandalit Del Barco reports.

A New York task force outlines steps to spur the state’s entrepreneurial economy. Adam Sichko reports in the Albany Business Review.

And Vivek Wadwha, writing in BusinessWeek, argues that immigrants who start funded startups should get founders visas.

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Tamara

December 2, 2009 8:26 PM

Wow - very interesting. Thanks for sharing!

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