The U.S. Small Business Administration says it will re-open the Paycheck Protection Program loan portal to eligible lenders with $1 billion or less in assets for First and Second Draw applications on Friday, Jan. 15.
Their newest initiative is the #BoostCrew, a group that will target a business for a period of time and focus on driving business to their door. They will use platforms like social media to encourage people to take $20 dollars a week and put it back into the community
With reductions in the size of social gatherings due to COVID-19, many are compensating by buying gifts for their loved ones. A recent survey says that more than 50% of Americans feel pressured to overspend on gifts this holiday.
The EEOC says while it is unlikely that the federal government will require people to get the shot, private-sector employers, healthcare facilities and educational institutions can require that employees be vaccinated to increase safety against the coronavirus.
Millions of small businesses have gotten economic relief through the U.S. Small Business Administration. SBA Administrator Jovita Caranza visited Tucson Wednesday and explained what small businesses across the country are doing to power through the COVID-19.
The well-known Rincon Market closed its doors months ago due to COVID-19. Ares Collective, the team behind Prep & Pastry, Commoner & Co. and August Rhodes Market, is turning the space into Flora’s Market Run.
More than 200 companies that paid the federal government for fraud related accusations in the last decade received billions of dollars in unsolicited relief money as part of the coronavirus bailout package.
President Donald Trump’s negotiators fanned out on Capitol Hill Tuesday over a new COVID-19 aid package as divisions between the White House and Senate Republicans pushed talks into House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office to deal with the mounting crisis.