Have a Role in Local and Regional Economic Development?" Profitwise
See id.; see also Susan Longworth & Robin Newberger, Small Business Access to Capital: Alternative Resources Bridging the Gap, PROFITWISE
NEWS & Views 2 (May 2012), http://www.chicagofed.org/webpages/publications/profitwise_news_and_views /2012/pnv_may2012.cfm, archived at http://perma.cc/98TC-M8CY (reporting more than fifty-percent decrease in lending to small businesses since late 2007).
We do have an industry on the bubble profitwise
. But it is indeed a windfall for the state, producing jobs and income for many, many people.
(10) See Desiree Hatcher, Foreclosure Alternatives: A Case for Preserving Homeownership, PROFITWISE
NEWS AND VIEWS, Feb.
Published by the Chicago Fed's Consumer and Community Affairs division in December 2004 in its periodical, Profitwise
News and Views, (1) "New Pathways to Scale for Community Development Finance" (2) summarizes 10 case studies, primarily private sector examples, of successful attempts to broaden the impact and market reach of an assortment of products, services, and organizations.
Drug makers play a different ball game profitwise
than benefits managers, and that will worry the payers."
, a distribution network is crucial in terms of presenting your product to consumers in individual marketplaces.
GMA's Kieman, in discussing the issue of providing motivation to minimize unsaleables , said , "If the selector in the warehouse or the stocker in the store begins to believe that it makes little difference profitwise
whether the product ultimately gets into the customers' hands, we have a problem.
The Reed units began to turn the corner profitwise
in last year's fourth quarter, helped largely by an upturn in gross margins.
"During the winter months, not as much is done in the way of front-page ads with art blowups except for items such as Washington State Golden Delicious apples, broccoli, cauliflower and grapefruit," Zoino pointed out, adding that "summer is a good time for produce volumewise, but not profitwise
." He attributed this partially to the shrink factor inherent in selling the season's perishable soft fruits.