Dallas Launches Program To Help Small, Medium-Sized Businesses During Coronavirus Pandemic​The city has launched Dallas Forward. It brings private and public partners ​together to help with recovery efforts.
Study: 41% Of Black-Owned Businesses Have Closed Since Coronavirus Pandemic Started"We are very concerned," says Harrison Blair, President of the Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce.
$5M Small Business Assistance Program Opens In Dallas CountyDallas County small businesses may be eligible to obtain a forgivable loan worth up to $15,000.
$100 Billion In Forgivable Small Business Loans Still Available But Time To Apply Quickly Running OutMore than $100 billion in relief from the federal government is still available for small businesses. However, the time to take advantage of these forgivable loans is quickly running out.
Some Dallas Business Owners Board Up Windows To Prevent Looting During ProtestsEven in Lower Greenville, miles from the nearest looting, several businesses had boarded up their windows.
Small Businesses Hoping For PPP Loan Changes As $140B Remains UnusedSome businesses say the restriction on the loans have not allowed them to use the money in the way they need it.
Pinched By Pandemic: North Texas Businesses Struggle To Pay Rent, Stay AliveRedemption Barbershop in Rowlett discovered the locks had been changed after receiving a "failure to pay" notice.
North Texas Small Business Owners Turn To Activism Over Lack Of Federal Help: 'The Money Is Out There But We're Not Getting It'Some small business owners who have not gotten any money out of the Paycheck Protection Program are now protesting.
Wells Fargo Faces Government Investigations Into COVID-19 Paycheck Protection LoansWells Fargo on has disclosed that federal and state authorities are investigating its lending practices under a key small business relief effort to combat the economic damage from the novel coronavirus.
Coronavirus In Texas: Fort Worth Businesses Eligible For MicroloansA business can get a loan if it has an established physical address in Fort Worth and is current with city and county property taxes.
Coronavirus In Texas: Small Businesses Getting Creative To SurviveTypically The Social House in Arlington would be packed with patrons, but for now it’s filled with fresh meat, produce and household necessities that are for sale.