News and Articles About Karen Mills
Maria Contreras-Sweet, the founder of ProAmerica Bank, is the White House's pick as head of the government's Small Business Administration.
With state budgets being cut, former SBA chief Karen Mills discusses how local economic growth does not necessarily need radical innovation to prosper. Rather governors can harness resources of existing institutions and people to attract capital and create jobs.
Jeanne Hulit, the Small Business Administration's associate administrator in the Office of Capital Access, will take over as interim head of the agency when Karen Mills departs at end of the month.
Karen Mills announced last week that she will be leaving her post at the helm of the SBA. Here's a look at potential candidates to replace her.
Five months after announcing her resignation and without a successor lined up, Mills says she's leaving next month.
The U.S. Small Business Administration is holding events across the U.S. next week highlighting the contributions entrepreneurs and small-business owners.
The White House has yet to select a replacement for Karen Mills, head of the U.S. Small Business Administration.
The third annual Small Business Lending and Investment Summit convenes in Washington this week and will focus on the importance of SBA-backed lending.
We asked our readers who they want to replace Karen Mills at the helm of the Small Business Administration.
The outgoing chief of the Small Business Administration talks about her four years at the helm of the agency and what her successor needs to do.
The head of the Small Business Administration announced Monday that she will be leaving her post.
A look at what the federal government's small-business agency could be up to this year and beyond.
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.
One way the SBA has sought to foster entrepreneurial growth is through industry clusters.The SBA's Karen Mills explains how.
SBA Administrator Karen G. Mills travels the U.S. talking with business owners and bankers. She says she's hearing more talk of expansion compared with three years ago.
Some critics have called for dismantling the U.S. Small Business Administration. The agency's leader says demand for its services is only growing and is a good value to tax payers.
President Obama recently made the head of the SBA part of his presidential cabinet. We speak with SBA Administrator Karen G. MIlls about what it means for U.S. small businesses.
While the number of employed young people remains desperately low, some experts suggest entrepreneurship as an increasingly worthy option.
New college graduates are facing never-before-seen student-debt levels. The White House is hoping entrepreneurship is the answer.
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