The federal government provides funds to small businesses through
A) venture capital companies.
B) the Small Business Administration.
C) business angels.
D) the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Guaranty loans are
A) made by private lenders.
B) guaranteed up to 50 percent by the SBA.
C) made through foreign banks.
D) limited to $100,000.
Small business investment companies (SBICs)
A) are licensed and regulated by the Federal Trade Commission.
B) may lend funds or supply equity funds.
C) obtain part of their capital from local governments at attractive interest rates.
D) provide only short-term financing.
A) is the sale of capital stock to selected individuals.
B) is the sale of capital stock to investment bankers.
C) requires compliance with all securities laws.
D) maintains the ownership control of the original owners.