Those in Need Could Use a Little You

I’m old enough to remember the bear market of the 1970s. I lived through 1987, 2000, 2001 and 2008. But, this last month in the securities markets was unlike any of them. The US and the Globe came through each of those prior upheavals. The difference here is health and safety. The human spirit and the vibrancy of the American economy is immutable and we will come through this. Be careful and stay around long enough to look back at this as something you lived through. The numbers will work themselves out.
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Capital Good Fund launches new Crisis Relief Loan program

CAPITAL GOOD FUND, a Providence-based nonprofit financial institution, has started a new, low-interest loan program for people affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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How Self-Help Federal Credit Union Supports Small Businesses Affected by COVID-19

Times are challenging Our daily lives are different now. There’s little escaping the changes caused by COVID-19. Each day presents new challenges as we navigate personal lives, career obligations, and family routines within the confines of social distancing.
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The Dramatic Growth of Impact Investing

“Yes, profits are important, but so is society. And if our quest for greater profits leaves our world worse off than before, all we will have taught our children is the power of greed.”
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The Business Development Response to Social Distancing

Social Distancing Since the advent of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, we’ve all come to learn about a new concept called “social distancing.” But what is social distancing and what effect does it have on business development and the sales pipeline?
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