Mandel will choose one or more businesses to feature on his own page on the first and 15th of April and May.
White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said he’s hoping loans for small businesses will help the U.S. economy “reopen” from the coronavirus pandemic contraction in just a matter of weeks.
California small businesses claim China withheld information about the COVID-19 threat despite knowing as early as November 2019.
The changes in some cases would be hardest on small businesses.
Many Main Street businesses are still waiting for the cash infusion necessary to stay alive.
This isn't the first time small businesses have struggled.
FOX Business interviewed nearly a dozen small business owners about the government's virus-related small business loan program – intended to give these companies access to cheap capital until the worst of the pandemic is over and the economy can recover. Their stories are strikingly similar.
Ivanka Trump also described the Paycheck Protection Program as a "remarkable" public-private partnership.
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday said it would temporarily ease its asset cap on Wells Fargo to encourage the bank to lend to small businesses harmed by the outbreak of coronavirus.
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During a task force briefing on Tuesday, President Trump announced that the Small Business Administration has processed more than $70 billion in loans for small businesses impacted by the coronavirus.
The pending request would go toward a $349 billion small business program that was an integral part of the CARES Act.
Businesses of all sizes are competing for up to $350 billion in government-guaranteed loans through the program.
Job postings have likely plummeted since February and layoffs have soared.
Economists look to the report for a read on domestic demand and to extrapolate hiring and wage trends in the broader economy.
There is general agreement in the White House and among congressional leaders in both parties that more spending is needed to prevent the economy from tumbling into a depression.
More than $40 billion worth of PPP loans to small businesses had been processed as of Monday afternoon.
The money for small business loans approved by Congress is not enough for restaurants and food service companies in expensive cities, according to Christopher Pappas, founder and CEO of food supplier The Chef’s Warehouse.
President Trump and Congress have responded with tremendous speed and near unanimity to the challenges American workers are facing.
The program provides low-interest loans to help small businesses cover payroll and other fixed costs