Tag: Corporate Funding

Rising Interest Rates Put Small Business Owners' Plans on Hold

Rising Interest Rates Put Small Business Owners' Plans on Hold

[ad_1] Listen to article (2 minutes) Add rising interest rates to the challenges that small businesses are already grappling with, including inflation, labor shortages and strained supply chains. Some small businesses are cutting back on borrowing, paying down debt or delaying expansion plans as interest rates rise. Others worry that rising rates will boost prices […]

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As Pandemic Aid Dries Up, Businesses Chase Covid Tax Credit

As Pandemic Aid Dries Up, Businesses Chase Covid Tax Credit

[ad_1] A temporary tax break for small businesses has spawned a cottage industry of advisory firms tapping into federal pandemic aid, raising alarms at the Internal Revenue Service that some claims are going beyond what the law allows. The Paycheck Protection Program and other federal aid programs long ago shut their doors. But small businesses […]

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Startups Look to Scoop Up Laid-Off Tech Workers

Startups Look to Scoop Up Laid-Off Tech Workers

[ad_1] Flush with investor capital, technology startups plan to scoop up software developers, engineers and marketers flooding the labor market following job cuts at Twitter Inc., Lyft Inc. and other large tech employers. Kathy Zhu said she is lining up candidates for engineering, customer service and other roles at Streamline AI, the two-year-old tech startup […]

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Startups, Investors Bet on Remote Work Future

Startups, Investors Bet on Remote Work Future

[ad_1] Even as more employers signal an end to remote work, tech startups and their investors are betting that it is here to stay, offering a range of digital tools designed to support a permanent workforce outside of the office.  And those bets appear to be paying off. Remotebase, a two-year-old San Mateo, Calif.- based […]

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