The U.S. Small Business Administration and the U.S. Treasury Department relaunched the Paycheck Protection Program, or PPP, loan portal Monday.
Aaron Rodgers threw an NFL-leading 48 touchdown passes for the Green Bay Packers. But it's what he did off the field that may be his most important play of the season.
A lot of restaurants say they’re a “family business” — but few take that phrase as literally as Marietta’s Infusion Crab ATL.
It’s been a difficult year for small business owners trying to manage through the pandemic.
A truck driver experiencing a medical emergency crashed into a newly built Suwanee shopping complex Monday. The owners of that building said they just moved into it this week.
The Weatherby family has been in the Christmas tree business since 1963, when L.S. Weatherby brought the idea of a free-standing lot to Metro Atlanta.
Dustin Lancaster, an owner of several restaurants and businesses in Los Angeles county, revealed on social media that his bar would have about $1,500 to pay $10,000 in monthly rent.
Unique gift ideas line the shelves at Dunwoody's Spruill Gallery, which has transformed into a marketplace showcasing the work of local artists.
Today is an important deadline for child care providers who still need extra federal funding to keep the doors open.
A local business owner has faced unexpected hardships this year, but she hasn't let it get in the way of achieving her goal.
The City of Dunwoody is lending a hand to local businesses that have taken a hit during the coronavirus pandemic.
For some of you, your paychecks might be bigger because of President Trump’s new payroll tax deferment which started September 1st. But you really need to know that this is not free money.
The sci-fi and fantasy convention moved entirely online because of the pandemic, disappointing more than just participants, but also Downtown Atlanta businesses that largely exist because of massive events, such as Dragon Con.
Black Restaurant Week in Atlanta kicks off September 3 and runs until September 13. The coronavirus hit many restaurants hard and forced some businesses to shut their doors for good. Organizers hope this event is a boost in the right direction to get people to support those still open.
A Metro Atlanta man has transformed his Nitro Coffee business into something of a cafe-on-wheels.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics recorded a 47.5% unemployment rate for the “Industries in the Personal and Laundry Services” in April 2020.
The coronavirus is notorious for drying up businesses, but a new survey found 75% of Black owned business owners have seen an increase in sales since the beginning of the summer.
Leaders from some of America’s largest companies signed an open letter to Congress urgently calling for lawmakers to help small businesses.
Atlanta's Eventide Brewing is serving up plenty of beer -- and outdoor space -- as neighbors line up to support the brewery's Grant Park taproom.
Growing up in the Netherlands, Guido Vliegen made some sweet memories while eating stroopwafels.