This contracting company is installing thousands of sneeze guards during the coronavirus pandemic.
Large and publicly-listed companies have been encouraged to return unnecessary PPP loans, but a vast majority are choosing to keep them.
Many business owners are changing the way they make money as they attempt to recoup revenue lost to the coronavirus outbreak
A suburban New York gym owner says he will follow government guidelines until he prevails in the fight against coronavirus.
The adult entertainment venues, along with businesses such as bowling alleys, concert halls, theaters, performing arts centers and casinos, were allowed to reopen their doors under an order from Gov. Kay Ivey.
Coney Island businesses are bracing for the worst as the novel coronavirus has prompted stores, and even beaches, to close.
Roughly two-thirds, or 66.7 percent, of the businesses that asked for assistance received the money
Facing higher costs to keep workers and customers safe and an indefinite period of suppressed demand, businesses are navigating an ever-narrower path to profitability.
He was arrested Thursday on a slew of charges related to fraud and making false statements.
Trumbetti and co-owner Ian Smith, reopened the gym last Monday with social distancing measures in place and a crowd of supporters protesting the stay-at-home mandates.
Under the current rules, recipients of the government-backed aid must spend the money within eight weeks.
As the coronavirus pandemic rippled across Europe, the resulting shutdown forced major fashion brands to halt manufacturing, penetrating the international retail market on all scales.
Both critics and defenders of the SBA acknowledge that the relatively small bureaucracy, with about 4,000 staffers, has been faced with a monumental challenge
Salon owners in New York and New Jersey are eager to get back to business and establish financial stability after coronavirus forced their doors to close for more than two months.
Applicants may have had personal information, including their Social Security number, address and phone number, exposed.
The window between Memorial Day and Labor Day is make-or-break for hotels, restaurants, arcades and T-shirt shops.
Now, more than ever, our reliance on small businesses is staggeringly evident.
Samuel Yates, 32, of Maud, Texas, has been charged with violations of wire fraud, bank fraud and false statements to a financial institution and to the Small Business Administration after allegedly seeking more than $5 million in PPP loans through the CARES Act.
Gov. Phil Murphy issued a stay-at-home order in March that is still in effect.
The provision is one of a few that GOP lawmakers are looking at changing, the top House Republican said Tuesday.