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The employees' alleged actions were outside of their work responsibilities and do not involve Wells Fargo's customers, the company said. The bank says it's cooperating with law enforcement.
Low-interest disaster loans are now available in several counties affected by an August earthquake.
The Small Business Administration is asking local Planned Parenthood affiliates to return funds received under a coronavirus relief program.
SBA data show that demand is still very high for the loans, and that smaller amounts are going out this time. But large, multimillion-dollar loans are still eating up a good chunk of the money.
Not-so-small companies like Shake Shack and organizations like the LA Lakers were able to get loans that were meant for suffering small businesses. What happened?
Bankers tell NPR that the SBA's portal wouldn't allow them to enter the loan application information that is needed to access the PPP program.
Edward Barry and his team worked hard to give their customers a head start. The Small Business Administration is resuming its emergency loan program for small businesses with an extra $320 billion.
With the vast majority of U.S. churches closed and the country in a deep recession, church finances are in peril. Some are seeking government money through a new SBA program.
"Personal identifiable information" was potentially exposed to other businesses via an online lending application portal, a spokesperson for the Small Business Administration told NPR.