Saturday marks Small Business Saturday — a day created to shift consumers’ attention to the stores that call their communities home.
Many people have started their holiday shopping earlier this year, but even so, the National Retail Federation is expecting nearly two million more people to shop from Thanksgiving Day to Cyber Monday compared to last year.
U.S. regulators say Americans who work at companies with 100 or more employees will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Jan. 4 or get tested weekly.
Instead of taking advantage of one of the busiest restaurant days of the year, one small Tacoma business is closing its doors to give back on Mother’s Day.
Traditional banks may have run out of PPP loans earlier this week but there are non-profit financial institutions who say they have billions left to give out before the end of this month.
On Monday, the Burien City Council voted to allow food trucks within city limits, despite the wishes of local brick-and-mortar restaurant owners who claim they weren't included in the community information campaign.
The Biden administration is readying changes to the PPP aimed at targeting assistance to businesses that employ 20 or fewer workers and those that are minority-owned.
The U.S. Small Business Administration and the U.S. Treasury Department relaunched the Paycheck Protection Program, or PPP, loan portal Monday.
The owner of Timothy De Clue Collection will miss creating beautiful window displays at his shop on First Avenue in Seattle.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) said an email that directs people to a fake SBA COVID-19 loan website has been stealing people’s information.
Across the country, August is recognized as National Black Business Month.
Leaders from some of America’s largest companies signed an open letter to Congress urgently calling for lawmakers to help small businesses.
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Small businesses still reeling from the coronavirus pandemic and the related economic lockdown could receive a second loan through the Paycheck Protection Program under new legislation introduced by a group of Democratic lawmakers.
As counties slowly reopen, small businesses across the state are starting to welcome back customers.
SEATTLE -- COVID-19 has given brides and grooms a lot more to worry about this year than just rain on their wedding day. The virus has certainly put a big damper on many couples big day, but a huge announcement Friday from Governor Inslee’s office is making saying I do, suddenly much more possible.
SNOQUALMIE, Wash. -- As King County waits to see if the state will approve its application to enter Phase 2, County Council Member Kathy Lambert said Phase 2 isn't good enough for her district.
PUYALLUP, Wash. - Money is tight right now for business owners and local organizations recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic. Expenses for supplies to meet the state’s Safe Start Washington plan guidelines are adding up. To help ease the burden, Pierce County is offering reimbursement grants to offset some of the costs.
SEATTLE – Owning a business in downtown Seattle may require resilience, especially during these times of added stress the coronavirus pandemic, and most recently, riots have brought on.