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Author: Tiffany Liou Published: 6:24 PM CDT June 10, 2020 Updated: 6:31 PM CDT June 10, 2020 On Wednesday, Princess Pope pulled up to Guns & Roses Boutique in Downtown Dallas to find dozens of people waiting outside her store. They were there to help her clean up. Guns &
Photo Credit: Taylor Lumsden Author: Rebecca Ayers (Dallas Business Journal) Published: 5:05 PM CDT April 15, 2020 Updated: 5:05 PM CDT April 15, 2020 Texas leads the country with the most approvals for the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program as of April 13, according to SBA data obtained
By Rebecca Ayers – Staff Writer, Dallas Business Journal Apr 8, 2020, 2:38pm CDT Updated Apr 8, 2020, 4:58pm CDT The SBA has multiple loan programs for struggling small business owners, but the Paycheck Protection Program is one of the newest loan programs that could help small businesses stay afloat amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Angus Loten June 9, 2020 4:48 pm ET Small businesses have been barred from using software robots to apply for loans under the federal Paycheck Protection Program. But makers of the bots are leveraging the enormous task of processing those loans as a selling point to banks. Some of the
By Rebecca Ayers – Staff Writer, Dallas Business Journal July 7, 2020 The U.S. Small Business Administration released a portion of Paycheck Protection Program loan information on Monday that contains national data down to the ZIP code for recipients of the funding earmarked to help small businesses weather the economic fallout and uncertainty
By Andy Medici and David Ajamy – Dallas Business Journal Jun 26, 2020, 5:50pm CDT Updated Jul 2, 2020, 3:11pm CDT The Federal Reserve’s $600 billion Main Street Lending Program has been signing up lenders — but not all DFW banks have joined up. The program — first announced as part of the Fed’s larger $2.3
By Taylor Tompkins – Data Reporter, Dallas Business Journal Jul 3, 2020, 8:33am EDT Community bank leaders from across the country met with the United States treasury secretary Wednesday to discuss the federal government’s financial response to the coronavirus pandemic’s effects — and North Texas had a seat at the table. Vista
Family-owned, century-old Vista Bank weathered Texas’ devastating Dust Bowl, endured a couple world wars and survived the bank-busting Great Recession. Now, as a highly contagious virus infects the global economy, the 15-location community bank is taking on one of the biggest business loan programs ever launched in the U.S. Vista
THU, APR 16 20201:38 PM EDT CNBC’s Kelly Evans discusses how community banks worked diligently with interagency support including the Federal Reserve and the Small Business Administration to roll out the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), helping keep real people off the unemployment line. Driving home the need for a second