Missouri businesses directly harmed by the summer heat and drought can get low-interest loans through the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Small nonfarm businesses, agricultural cooperatives and nonprofit organizations are eligible for up to $2 million for expenses caused by the drought. The deadline for loans is March and applications can be submitted online at https://disasterloan.sba.gov/ela/.
What do these companies have in common? Yes, they're big companies, they employ a lot of people and they're successful. But here's one more thing--all of these companies were created in a period of economic downturn. The Fortune 500 is littered with stories like this.
Business Beat spoke with Maria Figueroa-Armijos who's one of the authors of a new study which suggests that certain types of entrepreneurs are on the rise and it’s not in spite of the recession--it’s because of it.
Beginning in September, most flights from Columbia Regional Airport will fly to Atlanta, rather than Memphis.
Currently, Delta Air Lines offers one daily flight to Atlanta and the rest of the flights go to Memphis.
Delta said Monday that starting Sept. 5, the morning flight Sunday through Friday will go to Memphis, while the midday and evening flights will go to Atlanta. On Saturdays, the morning and afternoon flights will go to Atlanta.
Sarah Hill is a respected television journalist, but it's her social media savvy that Veterans United Home Loans wants. The company has been growing at an incredible rate in recent months, snatching up high level employees from local organizations like like Car Fax, Williams-Keepers and the Department of Economic Development
Longtime KOMU reporter and anchor Sarah Hill is making a familiar career move at the end of August: She's taking a job at Veterans United Home Loans. Hill is the latest Columbia notable to move to the fast-growing lender that specializes in VA-backed mortgages and is known for its online marketing.