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Fox News and MSNBC provide “different realities and different sets of facts” to their loyal viewers, the Congressman told the Norwalk Chamber of Commerce.
The deadline for applying for the forgivable loans is March 31 -- or sooner, if Congressional appropriations are exhausted.
The Biden administration this morning announced that starting Wednesday there will be a 14-day period during which only small businesses with fewer than 20...
As of Jan. 24, the SBA reports approving 4,787 loans for nearly $479.2 million in Connecticut during the new round.
Nationally, through Jan. 31 there have been 891,044 approvals for nearly $7.3 billion, with 4,942 lenders participating.
A report today by the 12 U.S. Federal Reserve Banks paints a grim picture of the status of small businesses in the U.S. as...
“This new funding will help small businesses keep their doors open," declared U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Connecticut).
All told, 8,595 Connecticut businesses received at least $150,000 in loans from the $669 billion PPP program.
The national organization SCORE today issued a report showing that two-thirds of small-business owners classified their businesses as unprofitable as the Covid-19 pandemic continues...
While hopeful that the federal government will make available some additional financial help, bank president and CEO Ken Weinstein says, "it’s pretty obvious that, right now at least, that we can’t count on that.”
“The Paycheck Protection Program has been an overwhelming success and served as a historic lifeline to America’s hurting small businesses and tens of millions of workers,” said SBA Administrator Jovita Carranza.
The timing of the Nov. 3 election “isn’t helping things,” says Connecticut Restaurant Association Executive Director Scott Dolch. “Neither side wants to give the other side a win, unfortunately.”
“Stay in Washington, D.C. and do your job,” American Hotel & Lodging Association president and CEO Chip Rogers said.
“Let’s not have a skinny bill when we have a massive problem,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-California) said of the failed $500 billion package.
Collectively, Connecticut hospitals have been estimated to lose $1.5 billion this year as a result of the coronavirus, while those in New York State are estimated to lose as much as $13.3 billion.