Restaurant loans

TEB BANCORP: Management report and analysis of the financial situation and operating results (form 10-K)

This discussion and analysis reflects our consolidated financial statements and other relevant statistical data, and is intended to enhance your understanding of our financial condition and results of operations. The information in this section has been derived from the consolidated financial statements, which appear elsewhere in this annual report. You …

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La Encantada in Tucson sells for $ 165.25 million

JLL Capital Markets announced today that it has closed the $ 165.25 million sale and secured $ 102 million in acquisition financing for La Encantada, a 246,256 square foot outdoor lifestyle center in Tucson, Arizona. JLL represented the seller, Macerich Company. A group of local investors bought the asset as …

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Restaurants win lottery rule decision

By the Oregon Restaurant Association, Win for Lottery Retailers / Vaccine Mandates / EIDL UpdatesWin for Lottery Retailers – ORLA members include a segment that cares deeply about the association’s advocacy for lottery retailer issues. ORLA, in partnership with many other stakeholders, managed to secure a victory, with the governor …

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For restaurants, the economic recovery is “reversing”

In March 2020, the US economy faced the specter of a financial crisis and widespread depression as Covid-19 crippled American society. This nightmare scenario was averted, in large part thanks to an unprecedented federal response that included stimulus checks, small business loans and emergency credit programs. Later, the historically rapid …

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Workforce a Top Concern for Northern Colorado Bankers

The lack of available workers is one of the biggest concerns for northern Colorado bankers who join BizWest’s recent CEO roundtable on banking, with the issue affecting not only their customers, but the banks themselves. . Participants also highlighted consumer banking habits, the role of banks in helping businesses take …

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Square is expanding in Europe, where SMEs dominate

The Square hardware and payment platform, founded by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, is accelerating its European expansion, having launched operations in Ireland and France earlier this year. The company recently added a third country to its eurozone list, allowing Spanish companies to participate in beta testing of its early access …

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Business This Week | The Economist

Sep 18, 2021 Listen to this story Your browser does not support the item . Enjoy more audio and podcasts on ios Where Android. America Annual inflation The interest rate stood at 5.3% in August, down slightly from 13-year highs in the previous two months. There was evidence that inflationary …

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Zelis healthcare payment company buys Sapphire Digital

Healthcare payments company Zelis announced an agreement to acquire Sapphire Digital, a provider selection, patient access, price transparency and digital consumer navigation platform for healthcare. health, according to a Press release. “There is a clear need in the market for innovative price transparency solutions and digital navigation tools, now more …

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Chefs de Table | Enjoy your meal

Find out how Michael Carter’s time in prison shaped his perspective on the justice system and how he found purpose in Down North’s kitchen. Photo of Emma Fishman A haven of peace and creative space in Brooklyn for the queer community When Eric See closed the Awkward Scone in June …

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SBA opens tap wider for EIDL loans up to $ 2 million

Update: With new reports of increasing EIDL’s debt limit, which was raised to $ 2 million on September 8. For the 177,300 businesses that applied for grants for the largely oversubscribed Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RIF) program but received no money, the Small Business Administration has a solution: get a loan. …

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The Steer and the Lake Effect Diner close their doors

In mid-August, two beloved restaurants in the University Heights neighborhood of Buffalo closed their doors for the foreseeable future. On August 16, Lake Effect Diner turned off its lights after serving the UB community for 19 years. The next day, The Steer Restaurant and Saloon followed, after 28 years in …

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Adelaide Pointe’s development takes shape

A local developer is investing $ 250 million in a multi-faceted development project to revitalize the shores of Lake Muskegon. Ryan Leestma and his wife, Dr Emily Leestma, have acquired a former 30-acre industrial site on the shores of Lake Muskegon and plan to redevelop it into a waterfront community …

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SBA administrator presents aid to women entrepreneurs

WASHINGTON, DC – Isabella Casillas Guzman was sworn in as the SBA administrator at the United States Capitol on February 3 … [+] 2021. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis / Getty Images) Getty Images The number of female entrepreneurs is reaching unprecedented levels and showing no signs of slowing down, as …

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Black Restaurant Week launches a new program

By Sara Edwards Contributing editor of the weekly Pasadena BMiss Restaurant Week is launching a new campaign, No Crumb Left Behind, to help black-owned small businesses across the country recover from the pandemic and connect them to new resources. BRW was founded in Houston in 2016 by Warren Luckett, Falayn …

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Some restaurants in central Pennsylvania received millions of dollars in COVID-19 relief funds: here’s who has the most

Dozens of food and beverage companies in central Pennsylvania have received grants from the Restaurant Revitalization Fund. July 9, US Small Business Administration released a database of more than 100,000 businesses nationwide approved to receive the grants through the Food Industry Stimulus Program. Several types of food businesses, including caterers, …

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Circle Announces Details: Crypto-Based Expansion

Less than a month after obtaining regulatory approval to offer a high-yield crypto product in Bermuda, FinTech Circle announced more details of its previously disclosed plans to expand its operations in the country. According to the circle ad, new hires will be in compliance, operations and customer service. The product, …

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Lady Tron’s reopens in downtown New Albany

July 15 – NEW ALBANY – A downtown New Albany soup and sandwich shop has reopened for the first time since it closed during the pandemic. Lady Tron Streets of Market and Bank Streets reopened on Thursday after closing in March 2020. Summer Sieg, owner and chef of Lady Tron, …

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Biden signs bill to tackle predatory lending

In recent years, consumer credit protections have withered due to a series of harsh attacks that have either outright dismissed or significantly reduced financial safeguards in the market. But yet another victory for consumers, spurred on by a wave of support from ordinary citizens, academics and bicameral lawmakers, signals an …

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Artisanal distilleries aim to make whiskey an experience

When completed next year, Dant Crossing will include a 7,300 square foot restaurant, 22,000 square foot event venue, guesthouse accommodation, 2,000 seat amphitheater, trail around a 12-acre lake and, of course, a 21,000 square foot distillery capable of producing 15,000 barrels of bourbon per year. Rickhouses will stock barrels of …

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Loan fraud hurts LI businesses

Small businesses on Long Island were in desperate need of help as the pandemic took hold. For many, such help was difficult to obtain. In some cases, loans and grants were refused, or applications were not processed properly or were received after funds were exhausted. Some restaurants, shops and businesses …

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Governor announces new small business grant programs

SPRINGFIELD – Speaking in the tap room of White Lion Brewing – a business that has been assisted by programs for small businesses – Governor Charlie Baker announced a new state commitment to small business recovery and development companies. He also affirmed his commitment to getting people vaccinated against COVID-19. …

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Square prepares for savings, by checking

Share Tweet Share Share Share E-mail Square prepares to provide savings and chequing accounts to small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs), Bloomberg reported on Monday (May 24). The signs of the plan appear in a hidden programming language in a recent update to the company’s app for the Apple iPad and …

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It’s been a long year for The Big Pic

After 14 very long months, the Big Picture Theater and Café in Waitsfield may see a way forward. Owner Claudia Becker said she and manager Kevin McMillion are working to open the restaurant for dinner four nights a week with Saturday and Sunday brunch offered in the coming weeks. Publicity …

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Polygamous Utah Cult Raised $ 145,000 In P3 Funds

Editor’s Note • This story is only available to Salt Lake Tribune subscribers. Thank you for supporting local journalism. A polygamous sect in Utah – with members who defrauded the government over millions of dollars – has acquired $ 145,200 in federal coronavirus aid through its church, with untold additional …

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Supporting Customers Through COVID-19 Challenges

Business leaders, accounting professionals and human resources professionals have been at the heart of new and expanding COVID-19 laws and regulations from the start, building on each other through changes endlessly to guide businesses through the pandemic financially and operationally. More than a year later, the challenges for businesses have …

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Strong income allows Illinois to prepay federal loan

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) – Democratic leaders in Illinois announced Thursday that they have agreed to repay federal pandemic relief loans more than a year earlier than expected, allowing taxpayers to d ‘save $ 100 million in interest. The plan was announced as Democrats who control the House and Senate head …

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Learning to live without LIBOR

May 22, 2021 A RESTAURANT CHAIN in Huntsville, Ala., draws an additional a few thousand dollars from its working capital facility with a local bank. Meanwhile, its employees’ pension plan must convert the variable interest rate on $ 10 billion of its assets into a fixed income stream. The system …

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Eatery cannot block COVID-19 loan priority for minorities

Through Archive Email Dave Simpson “href =” https://www.law360.com/articles/1386509/# “> Dave Simpson Law360 provides free access to its coronavirus coverage to ensure that all members of the legal community have accurate information in this time of uncertainty and change. Use the form below to subscribe to one of our weekly newsletters. …

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Restaurant owner faces backlash for COVID-19 sign

A restaurant in Deming, New Mexico is facing backlash after posting a “Blame China” sign outside their establishment’s doors. Restaurateurs Bob and Kimberly Yacone told TODAY Food the sign was not intended to be directed against Asians or the Asian-American Pacific Island community (AAPI), with Bob Yacone, who is also …

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Fairfield officials publish coronavirus resource page

FAIRFIELD: For the latest information on Fairfield’s case rate, including charts and data, visit the Department of Health COVID-19 page. TC STATUS: For the state of Connecticut’s most recent information on COVID-19, residents can visit ct.gov/coronavirus. You can also subscribe to status text message alerts by submitting the keyword COVIDCT …

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Events return, but New York remains a ‘problem’

Photo courtesy Ark Restaurants New York remains a “problem”, but many other parts of the country are starting to rebound. That’s what Michael Weinstein, CEO of multi-concept operator Ark Restaurants, said while reporting the company’s second quarter results to analysts on Tuesday. Ark, which operates more than 35 restaurants, bars …

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