Tagged With Small Business Administration

Paycheck Protection Program may be extended through May 31 to provide aid to small businesses

Meet Isabel Guzman, the SBA Administrator Biden picked to navigate 'a crossroads moment for small businesses'

Wells Fargo has fired more than 100 workers for lying in order to get COVID-19 relief funds

The increase in the number of people starting their own businesses in the US has surged to a 13-year high

Failure to pass new small-business aid will fuel 'a wave of permanent closures,' CEOs warn in letter to Congress

The fashion influencer who fled NYC for the Hamptons while infected with COVID-19 received up to $350,000 in government PPP loans, report says

15 of the most surprising companies that the Small Business Administration listed as paycheck protection loan recipients

The federal government extended the Paycheck Protection Program after $130 billion out of $660 billion went uncollected. Here's what new applicants need to know.

At least 4 members of Congress benefited from loans under the $670 billion small business aid program

A family-run small business in the Bay Area got its PPP loan after Business Insider dug into their case. Tens of thousands are still waiting.

Relief loans are going to areas with pre-existing bank relationships instead of most infected regions, Fed economists find

Inside a Bay Area family's struggle to save their company during the coronavirus outbreak, as big businesses like Shake Shack beat them to government loans

If you haven't already applied for federal small business relief, you're probably out of luck on this round — but you still have a few other options.

A luxury hotel company that owns multiple Ritz-Carltons received millions in small-business aid thanks to a loophole in the coronavirus bailout program

Harvard says it won't be returning an $8 million stimulus check, even after Trump demanded it back

Mark Cuban says banks are leaving small businesses 'out in the cold' by acting too slowly with emergency loans