SBA and Government Funding
As Republicans and Democrats draw battle lines in the sand, small businesses seeking capital may be left in the cold.
SBA and Government Funding Articles and Videos
Here is how the small-business agency is going to be affected by the $85 billion in government-spending cuts that will go into effect starting Friday.
If Congress can't come to a deal over how to reduce the budget, numerous small businesses could be affected.
A look at what the federal government's small-business agency could be up to this year and beyond.
Part of an SBA pilot progam, a unique California cluster aims to bring together tech entrepreneurs and the region's big farms to keep the agriculture industry thriving
While the SBA reports that lending was down in the second quarter, there are hopeful signs that the credit crunch is easing.
Barack Obama won his reelection bid last night. See what his second term holds for small businesses.
If your business is damaged in the approaching Frankenstorm, here's how to get financial help from Uncle Sam.
How the presidential candidates view the Small Business Administration, the 59-year-old federal agency serving America's entrepreneurs.
The SBA is partnering with the largest U.S. lenders to raise the amount of money loaned to small businesses, particularly in small loans and underserved communities.
The small-business credit market has recovered since 2009, when lending had all but frozen. Banks are coming back to the market and seeing greater demand for loans from business owners.
As part of National Small Business Week, Entrepreneur's Diana Ransom moderated a live chat with SBA chief Karen Mills and winners of the SBA's video contest.
The SBA is looking to increase the number of smaller loans in underserved communities with a new push.
At a town hall at National Small Business Week, some entrepreneurs complain to Karen Mills about access to credit and high health insurance costs.
In 2011, SBA lending hit a record level. SBA Administrator Karen G. Mills explains why.