COVID vaccine gives small businesses enough hope to go bankrupt

2020 saw a wave of silent closures: Hundreds of thousands of owners laid off millions and walked away from small stores and restaurants. Next year may be different if entrepreneurs believe cutting debt under...

Zenefits Launches Online Health Insurance Shopping for Small Businesses

Compared to large companies, small businesses pay more cost per employee for health insurance. Zenefits says you can change that. Read more here:

Meet Isabel Guzman, the SBA Administrator Biden picked to navigate ‘a crossroads moment for...

President-elect Joe Biden's nominee for head of the Small Business Administration faces perhaps the most acute challenges of any Members of his economic team, but Isabel Guzman is more than aware of her headwinds. Read...

Factbox: What’s new in the next round of U.S. small business pandemic loans

The Small Business Administration launches on Monday more Paycheck Protection Program loans to help small businesses weather the coronavirus pandemic. Congress last month approved $284 billion in new funds for the forgivable loans. Read more...

The 13 Biggest Small Business Technology Stories Of 2020

These 13 stories are about technology trends than not only affected small businesses in 2020 but will continue to have an enormous impact in 2021. Read more here:

Rare Small-Business Win in Insurer Lawsuits Keeps Hope Alive for Payouts

Owners of restaurants and other small businesses are making slow progress wrestling pandemic-related business-interruption payments from their property insurers. Read more here:

NetLine Launches Game-Changing B2B Buyer-Level Intent Discovery Technology

NetLine Corporation unveiled its Intent Discovery solution; the company's latest product designed to provide deeper insight into in-market behavior at the buyer-level. By offering marketers dramatic scale beyond the limitations of their own content,...

Congress Eyes Targeted Coronavirus Aid for Small Businesses

Under a bipartisan proposal for a $908 billion Covid-19 stimulus bill, the relaunched Paycheck Protection Program would limit loans to firms that have 300 or fewer employees and can demonstrate they lost 30% of...

We asked small business owners how they’ve weathered the pandemic

In April, a month after the pandemic hit the United States, Cliff Hodges was one of millions of small business owners teetering on the brink. Here's where he is today. Read more here:

How Shipping Shortfalls Are Affecting Small Businesses

Online sales have exploded this year, which means an increase in shipping volumes. As the holiday season approaches, NPR discusses how shipping delays may affect small businesses. Read more here:
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