business loan


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n business loan a bank loan granted for the use of a business
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  • Paul Volcker
    Paul Volcker
    “If you don't have some bad loans you are not in business.”


In literature:

Perhaps you may have taken a loan of them for your business purposes; if that is so you are most welcome.
"The Arabian Nights Entertainments" by Andrew Lang.
A loan with a bond for security is quite an ordinary business matter.
"Paul and the Printing Press" by Sara Ware Bassett
Van Loan, Maguire & Gaffney was a formidable combination in the coffee-roasting business in its day.
"All About Coffee" by William H. Ukers
Boscobello has sobered since forty, and begs for loans as an old business man ought to.
"Continental Monthly, Vol. III, No IV, April 1863" by Various
There might be seen the ever-trading, ever-thriving Jew, fresh from the wharves, or busy negotiating his loans.
"History of the Intellectual Development of Europe, Volume I (of 2)" by John William Draper
The demands made upon them for cash will also decrease, since the volume of loans and of business transacted will fall.
"Banking" by William A. Scott
Business associates hastened to make offers of loans.
"The Book of Courage" by John Thomson Faris
After a year or two, he did so well, that his friends loaned him money, and he went into business for himself.
"The Peddler's Boy" by Francis C. Woodworth
No sorrow is loaned for the succession of friendly business intervention.
"Geography and Plays" by Gertrude Stein
I'll get it from somebody who is in the loaning business.
"The Land of Strong Men" by Arthur M. Chisholm
The principal part of the business is to finance the loans of the State.
"Readings in Money and Banking" by Chester Arthur Phillips
Jay Cooke, having been already tolerably successful in business, amassed his millions by negotiating the war loan.
"Peculiarities of American Cities" by Willard Glazier
In addition to his law business he has been a heavy dealer in real estate and money loaning.
"Fifty Years In The Northwest" by William Henry Carman Folsom
In just business fashion, they recorded each outlay of this kind as a loan to themselves.
"Charles Lewis Cocke" by William Robert Lee Smith
At one meeting (May 22) the whole business was the granting of loans.
"Remarks on the practice and policy of lending Bodleian printed books and manuscripts" by Henry W. Chandler
The business of loaning is, under such circumstances, considered dishonorable, to some extent, by the public.
"Principles of Political Economy, Vol. II" by William Roscher
The father of Meredith, hoping to save his son, started the young men in business by loaning them five hundred dollars.
"Famous American Statesmen" by Sarah Knowles Bolton
So that the last hand may be put to the important business of the loan.
"The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution (Volume VI)" by Various
Its first appearance in business life is often sought in the marine loans of the ancient Greeks, fully described by Demosthenes.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 14, Slice 6" by Various
Thus was established a new bank where Republican business men could get loans.
"The Life of John Marshall Volume 3 of 4" by Albert J. Beveridge

In news:

Zions First National Bank once again ranks as the top lender of US Small Business Administration loans in Utah.
Many small banks also specialize in guaranteed loan programs of the Small Business Administration and the US Export-Import Bank.
Arguing that small companies and jobs would grow if credit unions could do more commercial lending , credit unions think they have their best chance ever of persuading Congress to raise the cap on loans they can make to businesses.
Luzerne County's Community Development Office has submitted a lengthy , stinging response to a federal audit that recommends the county put $6 million back into its business loan fund in connection with the Hotel Sterling project.
Depending on how much money you need, you might look to a microfinance organization such as Accion USA, which offers small business loans up to $50,000.
Applications for Sandy-related physical property damage loans are now due Jan 28 for New York small and mid-sized businesses, said Carol Chastang, a spokesperson for the Small Business Administration.
Small Business Administration Ready to Assist Businesses Hit by Hurricane Sandy sba-disaster-loans- logo .
Low-interest loans available for businesses struggling after Sandy, Jersey City officials say.
Small, nonfarm businesses in 13 Wyoming counties and neighboring counties in Colorado, Montana, Nebraska and South Dakota are eligible to apply for low?interest federal disaster loans from the U.
In Luther , FEMA assistance was denied, but the Small Business Administration is offering loans to help people rebuild.
Small businesses eligible for up to $30,000 loan.
Mayor launching micro -loan program for Baltimore small businesses.
Leadership changes coming at WEDC because of business loan mismanagement .
Maryland fines attorney for loan modification business.
Miro Copic, a professor in San Diego State University's School of Business Administration, talks to KPBS about payday loans.

In science:

In the following example a business transaction is modelled by cCSP constructs added with synchronization: Example: (Car Broker Web Services) We model a car broker web service Broker which provides online support to customers to negotiate car purchases and arranges loans for these.
Formalizing cCSP Synchronous Semantics in PVS
Small business loans, small banks and big change in technology called credit scoring.
Transfer Learning Using Logistic Regression in Credit Scoring