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The S.B.A.’s Relief Effort For Restaurants Ends in Confusion

A $28.6 billion federal relief fund for restaurants and other food businesses closed on Wednesday after running out of money, having fulfilled fewer than a…

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The S.B.A.’s Relief Effort For Restaurants Ends in Confusion

A $28.6 billion federal relief fund for restaurants and other food businesses closed on Wednesday after running out of money, having fulfilled fewer than a…

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How Two Start-ups Made a Fortune in Fees on P.P.P. Loans

Also in late February, Blueacorn and Womply got an unexpected tailwind from a major rule change by the Small Business Administration, which oversaw the loan…

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Some Venue Owners Get a Federal Lifeline. Others Are Told They’re Dead.

As the emails finally started arriving late last week, some business owners got the good news they had been long awaiting: They would be awarded…

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The Small Business Administration’s Gaffes Are Now Her Job to Fix

Isabella Casillas Guzman, President Biden’s choice to run the Small Business Administration, inherited a portfolio of nearly $1 trillion in emergency aid and an agency…

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As Paycheck Protection Program Runs Dry, Desperation Grows

The government’s $788 billion relief effort for small businesses ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic, the Paycheck Protection Program, is ending as it began, with the…

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Cultural Venues’ Quest for Billions in Federal Aid Is Halted by Glitch

As the government prepared on Thursday to start taking applications for a $16 billion relief fund for music clubs, theaters and other live event businesses,…

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Looming Deadline and Last-Minute Changes Hinder Small-Business Relief

The latest revision of the Paycheck Protection Program appeared to be a victory for the most vulnerable small businesses, offering more generous relief to companies…

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Federal Aid for Closed Cultural Venues Will Be a Race for Cash

An aide to Senator John Cornyn, a Texas Republican and one of the proposal’s sponsors, said Mr. Cornyn had told the Small Business Administration about…

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