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Susie Pryor, associate director of the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship and associate professor of entrepreneurship at Cal State San Bernardino, was one of the guests interviewed on AirTalk to discuss the downward trend in entrepreneurship in Southern California and nationwide. She was joined by Vincent McCoy, director of the Inland Empire Small Business Development Center, who also is part of the IECE team, and Robert “Bob” Litan, adjunct senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations.
The online audio can be heard at 'Entrepreneurs and economists dissect downward trend in entrepreneurship in SoCal and nationwide.'
James Estes, professor of finance at Cal State San Bernardino, is featured on the consumer website to explain the types of credit references that are most important to lenders. “If we are talking about individuals or companies that may be individually listed as references, they would be valuable only to a lender that had an existing and solid relationship with that individual or company providing a reference,” he said. “Simply put, you would not provide a reference that would not provide a favorable recommendation, so using an independent rating or credit score is unbiased.”
Read the complete article at “What is a credit reference? Definition, examples and more.”