Landbay completes U.K.’s first P2P buy-to-let mortgage
The firsts keep on coming everywhere. Hopefully Washington is paying attention. A £175,000 mortgage backed by 85 people in the United Kingdom is in the books, with more on the way, writes Elizabeth Henry.
Upstart exec playing loose with facts?
Upstart cofounder Paul Gu recently wrote about the trouble he had securing a loan back in the day. Prosper and others would not touch him, while Lending Club offered an exorbitant rate beyond 20 percent. Not so fast, says Lending Club. Sarah Todd has more.
Indian government looking to the past to tap unbanked cash
New companies often ignore intellectual property issues
New entrepreneurs are rightly concerned with budgets, testing and securing investors, Don’t forget protecting intellectual property too, as by the time you unveil your crowdfunding strategy it may be too late, Mary Juetten says.
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