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Maria Contreras-Sweet Confirmed to Lead SBA

On Thursday, the Senate confirmed former community banker Maria Contreras-Sweet to be SBA administrator. Here’s what small business groups had to say.

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  1. Hong Kong Stocks Rally On China Credit Growth

    Hong Kong stocks popped higher early in the Monday session, as China's record-high new loans in January eased concerns that the central bank was tigntening. The Hang...

  2. Tech Shares Lead Hong Kong Stocks Higher

    Hong Kong stocks rose early Wednesday, with technology shares rallying after Lenovo Group Ltd.'s plan to expand into smartphone and server businesses. The Hang Seng ...

  3. Don't Blame Emerging Market Turmoil on the Fed

    The knee-jerk reaction is to blame the recent turbulence in emerging markets on the shifting monetary policies of the world's most powerful central bank: the Federal...

  4. Report: PE Funds Eye Stake in China Huarong

    KKR & Co (NYSE:KKR) and BlackRock Inc (NYSE:BLK) are among leading global investors in talks to buy a stake in China Huarong Asset Management Co Ltd as the bad debt ...

  5. Hong Kong Stocks Fall As Mainland Banks Decline

    Hong Kong stocks fell early Friday as major mainland Chinese banks declined on investors' concerns of a possible trust product defaulting. The Hang Seng Index dipped...

  6. In age of market scrutiny, who wants in on the gold "fix"?

    Deutsche Bank's decision to put its seat at the gold fixing table up for sale has raised questions about the future of the price benchmark.One stands out: who, after...

  7. Chinese WMP on the verge of default

    'The Coming Collapse of China,' author Gordon Chang on the possible default of Chinese wealth-management products.

  8. Hong Kong Stocks Rise As Banks Advance

    Hong Kong stocks rose at the start of trading Tuesday, as mainland banks advanced. The Hang Seng Index edged up 0.4% to 23,008.26. Mainland banks shined, after China...

  9. Hong Kong Stocks Drop Before China Data

    Hong Kong stocks dropped early Monday, as investors awaited China's key economic data. The Hang Seng Index edged lower by 0.4% at 23,048.13 . Most Chinese banks were...

  10. Hong Kong Stocks Drop On Shadow Banking Worries

    Hong Kong stocks dropped at the start of trading on Friday, as mainland banks were under pressure on shadow banking worries. The Hang Seng Index edged down 0.3% at 2...

  11. Gasparino talks business and banks

    FBN's Charlie Gasparino compares Nu Skin's business model to Herbalife and discusses Goldman Sachs' efforts to reduce costs.

  12. Community Bank Founder Contreras-Sweet Picked to Head SBA

    President Obama picked Maria Contreras-Sweet to head the SBA, replacing acting administrator Jeanne Hulit, who has filled in since the August departure of Karen Mills.

  1. Breakfast at Taco Bell?

    Taco Bell President Brian Niccol on the company and its new line of breakfast foods.

  2. Alibaba Starts Fund for Entertainment Investment

    China's Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, the world's biggest e-commerce company, will launch a fund that allows customers to invest in entertainment products, the company ...

  3. GE North American Retail Finance Arm Files for IPO

    General Electric (NYSE:GE) said Thursday it filed for an initial public offering of its North American retail finance unit, moving forward with plans to reshape the ...

  4. Hired!

    Not every job fits every person, and we're always looking to find diversity in the companies we feature. Today's list reflects that search.  I'm also thrilled to tel...

  5. Bankers Wrestle with Relentless Regulation

    It's little surprise that financial-services companies are feeling the heat from the regulatory spotlight in the wake of a global financial crisis caused in part by ...

  6. Hong Kong Stocks Lose Ground; Property, Banks Down

    Hong Kong stocks fell in early trade, with property-related shares and bank stocks among the decliners as the Hang Seng Index lost 0.9% to 22,362.00. As for mainland...

  7. Report: RBS To Shed Up To 30K Jobs, Shrink I-Bank

    Royal Bank of Scotland is to shrink its investment banking and international operations in a revamp in which the group could shed up to a quarter of its 120,000 work...

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