Restaurant loans

METCO board approves $200,000 in small business loans

The Metropolitan Business Development Corporation (METCO) Board of Directors today approved $200,000 in low-interest small business loans. METCO’s Boards of Directors meet monthly to review, discuss and vote on applications for small business loans available through the Louisville Metropolitan Government. The city’s small business loan programs are administered by Louisville …

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Government faces skeptical bench to defend campaign finance law challenged by Ted Cruz

ARGUMENT ANALYSIS By Amy Howe January 19, 2022 at 7:35 p.m. Charles Cooper, representing Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, responds to a question from Judge Stephen Breyer. (Art Link) Senator Ted Cruz is no stranger to the Supreme Court. In the 1990s he served as a law clerk to the late …

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Disbursing over 38,000 loans, how Indifi leverages technology to help small businesses grow and improve

“If we were a country of farmers 50 years ago, today we are a country of small businesses,” said Alok Mittal, MD and CEO of Indifi. Filling a critical gap in India’s lending landscape, Indifi has become a tool for startups and small businesses to seek seamless access to funding. …

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Navigating pandemic-era financing options

Image by Capri23Auto / Pixabay Covid-19 has wreaked havoc on all of us and many business owners are wondering how to navigate future variants and lockdowns. Due to the severe impact on the economy, you may be wondering how to generate cash for your small business and stay strong during …

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Modesto CA restaurants say what would help amid COVID surge

Owner Kathy Monday takes lunch order from the Mendez family at Squeeze In restaurant in Modesto, Calif., on Thursday, Jan. 13, 2022. Andy Alfaro [email protected] As restaurants in the area struggle to stay open during the latest wave of COVID-19 cases, they’re asking one simple thing of their customers. “I …

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Covid-ravaged restaurant industry calls for tax holiday

NEW DELHI : Restaurants are asking for tax simplification, tax exemptions or reduced fees for excise services, among others, from the government as they struggle amid the coronavirus pandemic. According to the National Restaurant Association of India, the representative body for restaurants, the industry has seen its business halve to …

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3650 REIT Launches $ 95 Million Loan for California Retail Center – Business Watcher

Real estate venture capital and DJM Capital Partners have Raised $ 95 million to refinance a 375,000 square foot mall in La Habra, Calif., Commercial Observer can first report. 3650 FPI is at the origin of the loan. The sponsors sought to refinance the existing bridging loan on the asset, …

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The day – Local businesses face challenges with recent wave of COVID-19

Many local businesses are facing challenges with the recent wave of COVID-19. Some juggle schedules or are forced to close temporarily as staff members fall ill, and see sales decline as more customers stay home because they are sick or are concerned about the coronavirus that is causing disease. Others …

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COVID-19 outbreak leaves small businesses on edge

Small businesses in Oklahoma appear to have weathered the pandemic better than many other parts of the country. (Photo by Arturo Rey via Unsplash) The further increase in COVID-19 cases nationwide raises concerns about the survival of small businesses. As the omicron variant skyrockets infections and hospitalizations, President Joe Biden …

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Bowlski’s will continue to operate in El Jebel until bankruptcy

Bowlski owner Craig Spivey takes a hiatus from renovations in 2016 to play some frames in El Jebel’s driveway.Anna Stonehouse / The Aspen Times File Photo Bowlski’s in El Jebel declared bankruptcy on Sunday, but will keep its lanes open and the beer is flowing as it struggles to reorganize …

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