News and Articles About Karen Mills
Small-business lending has been showing signs of life, albeit not the activity seen before the recession.
Karen G. Mills, the head of the U.S. Small Business Administration, talks about the agency's 2011 record year in small-business loan guarantees, helping to fill gaps when banks were reluctant to lend.
The Jobs Act didn't pass muster with Congress, so Barack Obama has issued some proposals without legislation. See what's in the works for small businesses.
SBA chief Karen Mills on how the agency evolved through the economic crisis.
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