Two months after the federal government rolled out the Paycheck Protection Program, small business owners that tapped the coronavirus aid can officially have their loans forgiven.
Barbecue boats are like barbecue sundaes because there are layers of barbecue goodies. It’s a specialty at Sarges Smokehouse BBQ in Tampa, where owner Ken Sebourn is doing his best to keep his business afloat.
Leaders in Pinellas County have given the green light for breweries to reopen -- with restrictions, of course.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said Tuesday that the central bank’s lending programs for medium-sized businesses and state and local governments will be operational by the end of this month.
Sarasota city officials will begin accepting applications for small business grants.
The new Small Business Pulse Survey from the U.S. Census Bureau highlighted the impact COVID-19 is having on small U.S. stores, retailers and businesses.
Starting Monday, retail stores can re-open, but owners must follow strict guidelines, including, customers maintaining a distance of six feet apart and owner only operating at 25 percent capacity.
While some Florida businesses are preparing to reopen Monday as part of phase one of Governor Ron DeSantis’ Reopen Florida Task Force’s plan, others have been left in the dark.
Smaller businesses that need coronavirus relief will get to move to the front of the line come Wednesday.
A salon owner in Champlin, Minnesota is feeling the fallout from the coronavirus first hand. After weeks of no customers, she's been forced to do something she never dreamed of: close her doors.
E-Tran, the Small Business Administration's electronic system used to help process applications for government-backed aid, has suffered glitches amid the first wave of applicants.
Low-interest loans will be made available for small businesses directly impacted by the coronavirus pandemic in Sarasota County.
Many small businesses are adapting during these tough economic times, trying to keep the doors open and paychecks moving.
The team at Island Nautical in St. Petersburg is usually hard at work making cushions and fabrics for boats and other outdoor uses, but now they're glad to be busy making gear that helps essential workers on the front lines of COVID-19.
Passage was swift and unanimous, according to the Associated Press.
A series of lawsuits filed on Sunday on behalf of small business owners accuses some of the nation’s biggest banks, including JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo, of unfairly allocating government-backed loans to certain small businesses.
Armature Works, one of Tampa’s weekend hotspots, has been closed due to COVID-19, but this week, they're offering online orders and curbside pickup for some vendors.