About 300 small businesses filed so-called small corporate offering registrations to sell stock to the public during the first nine months of 1996, according to SCOR Report newsletter.

The stock offerings, known as Scors, are a rare but increasingly popular form of financing that let small businesses go directly to capital markets to supplement or supplant bank borrowings.

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