Business Loans and Hand-Holding, Beer OptionalBy
When Jim Koch launched the Boston Beer Co. in 1984, he learned that ventures like his shouldn’t waste time trying to get a bank loan. “What one of the bankers said to me was, ‘We’re not in the business of taking risks. We don’t get paid to take risks. Look at our margins.”
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