Small Business in the News: July 16, 2020

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Wondering what the big picture looks like for small business right now? Or what news you need to know about that could affect your future? Or maybe just looking for some good advice for leading your business in a challenging time? We’ve got just the thing for you! Read up on these top small business news stories from the past week.

9 Charts That Show the Good, the Bad, and the Alarming of This Early Economic Recovery (Washington Post)

Retail Economists Worry That Rise in Sales Could Be Fleeting (New York Times)

SBA Provided $20 Billion to Small Businesses and Non-Profits Through the Economic Injury Disaster Loan Advance Program (SBA)

Small Business Loan Approval Rate Continues to Rebound (Small Biz Trends)

Don’t Make These 5 Mistakes for Your Personal Development (SmallBizClub)

62% of Small Businesses Likely to Keep Staff Levels the Same Despite Pandemic Closures (Small Biz Trends)

New Legislation Would Grant Automatic Forgiveness of PPP Loans Under $150,000 (Entrepreneur)

How a Fully Distributed Company Keeps Its Team Engaged (Inc)

IMF Warns Small- and Mid-Sized Business Bankruptcies May Triple (Bloomberg)


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