We live in a digital age where the daily newspaper and five o’clock news report have vanished among a constant flood of information that streams in real time 24-hours per day. This transformation is rooted in Atlanta, where in 1980, Ted Turner launched the Cable News Network (CNN), which began exclusively offering news programming around the clock, 24 hours each day.
Today, hundreds of networks, digital publications and messaging via a variety of media including email, RSS feeds and mobile application push information into virtually every moment of the day. One result of this evolution, much of it repeating the same stories with different views, is the overwhelming volume of noise that makes meaningful information difficult to find.
The need for useful information has perhaps never been greater. In challenging economic times, commercial lenders need every advantage they can muster. Beating the competition often means finding and acting on business intelligence first.
Try using Google Alert to sort our information for you. This feature allows users to target specific phrases to find all relevant content on the web and deliver to your email box when you want it. [Read more…]