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HCC Now Offering New Hospitality Management Business Degree

Hopkinsville Community College will begin offering a new hospitality management business degree when classes begin Monday. The college says students can complete the program is two years an earn both an associate of applied science (AAS) degree and a certificate in hospitality management. The program can be completed in a traditional classroom setting or online, except for the internship requirement …

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I’m ‘Ready’ To Take Action On Stimulus Checks, Rental Assistance, Business Loans And State And Local Aid

President Donald Trump (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images) Getty Images President Donald Trump says he’s “ready” to send more money to the American people. Here’s what you need to know. Stimulus Package In a series of tweets on Friday, Trump voiced his support for a second round of direct payments, more small business loans, rental assistance and additional direct aid …

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PPP loans challenging to secure for some minority-business owners, Florida data may suggest

About 400,000 — that’s how many Florida businesses received federal Paycheck Protection Program loans to survive the pandemic. Officials estimate the more than $32 billion saved 3.2 million jobs. But when it comes to minority-owned businesses, the state’s data suggest there is disparity. When the pandemic hit the economy, Larry Thelmas was one of many Florida business owners whose operations …

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Doors Open to COVID-19 Business Interruption Claims | Lathrop GPM

On August 12, 2020, U.S. District Court Judge Stephen Bough for the Western District of Missouri ruled that the plaintiff insureds may pursue claims for business income losses due to COVID-19 under standard property and casualty policies. Thus far, many insurers across the country have taken a rigid stance that property policies do not cover COVID-19 related losses because presence …

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Small business loans not enough to end risk of evictions in Tampa Bay area

WESLEY CHAPEL, Fla. — Months after small businesses were forced to close their doors during the pandemic, the I-Team has found that the risk of evictions is on the rise. As county leaders work to save small businesses from going under, I-Team Investigator Adam Walser uncovered that the emergency loans available aren’t nearly enough to keep some businesses from closing …

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