Restaurant loans

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

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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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