Small Biz Lending Starting to Improve

Here's some good news on the small biz front: securing loans is about to get a lot easier. Big banks are easing lending standards for companies with annual sales of less than $50 million -- the first real thaw in the credit market since 2006.

BNET Finance Blogger Alain Sherter takes a closer look at what this means for small business owners and managers. Does it signal a return to the years of "easy money," or are or are financial institutions making it excessively hard to borrow even for creditworthy firms?

Read his answer, and Sherter's full post here.