Tagged: Paycheck Protection Program

Update: Second PPP Now Accepting Applications

Update: Second PPP Now Accepting Applications

Banking & Finance

The second $284 billion Paycheck Protection Program, which will offer more forgivable loans designed to soften job losses from the pandemic, began accepting applications from businesses today. read more >

Holliday Invokes Fifth Amendment in Bankruptcy

Holliday Invokes Fifth Amendment in Bankruptcy

Legal

Former Craighead County Clerk Jacob “Kade” Holliday repeatedly cited his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination during a bankruptcy proceeding on Friday when creditors asked him what happened to hundreds of thousands of dollars. read more >

Survey Shows Arkansas Restaurants Still Hurting

Survey Shows Arkansas Restaurants Still Hurting

Restaurants & Food

A new survey by Arkansas Hospitality Association finds restaurants in the state making dramatically less money than in the same time last year, and more than a third are considering closing until the pandemic passes. read more >

Arkansas Motorcoach Industry Desperate for Aid

Arkansas Motorcoach Industry Desperate for Aid

Health CareTransportation

Little Rock Coaches, a charter motorcoach company, has basically seen its business shut down since mid-March. It is not a Little Rock or an Arkansas phenomenon; the pandemic has hammered motorcoach businesses across the nation. read more >