A majority of small businesses that tapped the taxpayer-funded Paycheck Protection Program expect to run out of money by the first week of August.
A mosaic of small businesses around the world that are fighting for survival amid economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
The Federal Reserve aims to help U.S. businesses access loan money.
Companies that contract with major U.S. cities to provide red lights and other traffic enforcement cameras reaped millions in taxpayer-funded aid
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Small Business Administration Administrator Jovita Carranza defended the multimillion-dollar PPP loans to the wealthy and well-connected companies.
Downtown businesses in Portland, Oregon, have sustained about $23 million in damages and lost customers because of violent nightly protests
Dr. Phil’s production companies received up to $7 million from the Paycheck Protection Program - even as his son purchased a $10 million mansion
Legendary names like Francis Ford Coppola and Jim Henson are receiving government loans to keep their modestly sized companies and workers afloat during the coronavirus pandemic.
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These are the biggest businesses that received Paycheck Protection Program loans worth more than $1 million.
The Paycheck Protection Program helped small businesses avert mass layoffs and kept small businesses afloat during the coronavirus pandemic. It may also be a revenue windfall for banks.
Brady and Mayweather were among several sports figures and organizations to receive forgivable loans through the federal program.
A judge did not grant a temporary stay of Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey's order to re-close gyms because of a coronavirus surge.
The government disclosures highlight how the high-profile program also benefited wealthy and well-connected businesses, in addition to mom-and-pop shops.
A Long Island restaurant owner warned on Tuesday that if New York City restaurants aren’t allowed to serve customers indoors until the fall then they “may never reopen.”
De Niro, who's worth an estimated $500 million, co-founded the swanky Japanese-Peruvian fusion restaurant in 1994.
Kanye West's clothing brand, Yeezy, received a loan worth between $2 and $5 million through the Payment Protection Program, according to Treasury Department data released Monday.
Paul Pelosi did not apply for the loan, nor was he aware of it, according to a spokesperson.
The program, a rescue fund established by Congress with the passage of the $2.2 trillion CARES Act at the end of March, was supposed to stop accepting applications on June 30.