Tony Zerucha·Alt-Finance·April 7, 2015·1 min readThe Daily Dig for Tuesday, Apr. 7 ShareTweetShareSubmit Fewer community banks hurt small business Small businesses rely heavily on community banks, which are shrinking in number. Dodd-Frank didn’t help either, writes Scott Shane. Singapore pondering £30 million stake in Funding Circle Singapore’s state investment company Temasek is looking at buying into Funding Circle. Harriet Agnew and Jeremy Grant report. Millenials like entrepreneurship Young Americans in droves are starting their own businesses, writes Kate Rogers. U.K. P2P allows pension holder to invest savingsSee alsoMay 28, 2015Wall St. inches down on Greece, China worries RateSetter is allowing self-invested pension providers to lend with their pension tax wrappers. Peter Walker reports. Mideast banks told to embrace technology or risk losing share Mideast banks need to find ways to incorporate technology such as mobile wallets or they will lose customers, writes Abdul Basit. Like this article? Take a second to support us on Patreon!