News and Articles About SBA
Despite the recent rise in the number of small business loans, small business lending still has not returned to their highs.
The wealthiest companies work hard to know where every dime goes. Startups literally cannot afford to do less.
Maria Contreras-Sweet, the newest head of the U.S. Small Business Administration, is an entrepreneur herself. Here, she discusses how to create a business that will be around for the long haul.
Maria Contreras-Sweet was sworn into office just over two months ago and her very first concern was tackling one of the Small Business Administration's major sore spots.
Maria Contreras-Sweet became head of the Small Business Administration just about two months ago, but managing employees is hardly new territory for her.
The Small Business Administration has done something rare: It united both sides of the aisle in opposition.
New funding options and Google launch are among whats new for National Small Business Week.
As National Small Business Week kicks off today, here are some exciting events, opportunities and resources to look out for.
National Small Business Week runs from May 12 to 16 this year, with events being held in cities from San Francisco to Washington.
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.
See just how brutal last year's superstorm Sandy really was.
When the bank of mom and dad shuts down, here are some startup funding resources for you.
Nabbing money from outside investors isn't the only way your startup can scale. Here are three other ways to fund your company.
In the category of epic role reversals, the New York Daily News makes big companies pitch to startups and other need-to-know stories from this week.
Today, the president traveled to M. Luis Construction in Rockville, Md., to deliver his latest in a series of strongly-worded attacks against House Republicans regarding the government shutdown.
As Republicans and Democrats draw battle lines in the sand, small businesses seeking capital may be left in the cold.
Perhaps there was a time when the Small Business Administration served a purpose for businesses, but that time has passed, writes Ray Hennessey.
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.
The U.S. Small Business Administration, widely considered near useless to high-tech startups, has made two efforts in as many weeks to woo this innovative group of entrepreneurs.
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.
A review of a U.S. Small Business Administration initiative shows that support provided to entrepreneurs in regional groupings bolstered local economies.
The Small Business Administration releases its scorecard measuring federal procurement in fiscal year 2012.
John Stonecipher, the entrepreneur who launched a helicopter flight school, was recognized at National Small Business Week.