Today on City Chat, from the Department of Development, Henry Golatt, and Next Street’s New York Office, Stephen Nunes, both join us to discuss Mayor Ginther and the City of Columbus’ commission on small business in Columbus, Ohio. To learn more visit, www.columbus.gov.development.
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Crisis Management: Why this Columbus sushi chain launched a grocery delivery business
Now, in addition to its menu of sushi rolls, as well as some meal kits that also are new to the business, Fusian is selling and delivering items like produce, milk, eggs and, yes, even toilet paper.
Theodore Decker: Small towns not immune to coronavirus worries
JUNCTION CITY — Out here where the nearest neighbors can be a quarter ... Now owner John Clark is looking to shepherd his customers, employees and century-old business through the worst pandemic since ...
Resources available for businesses, employees affected by COVID-19
Those affected by COVID-19 aren’t alone, whether employer or employee. Several available resources were shared during a press conference held Monday afternoon at Columbus City Council Chambers.
Businesses wait for word, money after applying for SBA loans
Small business owners hoping for quick loans from the government were in a holding pattern _ waiting on their bank to either take their application or, if it did, send them the money.
Trump Again Promotes Use of Unproven Anti-Malaria Drug; Deaths in Country May Be Undercounted
For the second straight day, the president pushed the use of hydroxychloroquine, which has not been proven to treat the coronavirus. Washington State is returning 400 ventilators to be redeployed to ...
Frenzy and Desperation as Small Businesses Grab for Government Aid
A $349 billion program to throw them a financial lifeline got off to a rocky start on Friday as the U.S. economy continued to seize up.
Small businesses have 'a million questions' about paycheck relief loan as applications come due
As the SBA prepares to start accepting applications for payroll relief loans on Friday, business owners are confused about the program's details.
A little-known industry has lent billions to America's small businesses. Now the bills are due.
Small businesses have borrowed billions from unregulated merchant cash advance companies. Now, amid the coronavirus crisis, the lenders have come for their money.
CBF Morning Run: What you need to know today and a work video-chat in pink
COO Randy Whitaker was named interim CEO, the Columbus company ... to the kimono that reporter Dan Eaton wore on the Business First video-chat on Friday. Have a safe and magnificent Monday.
Coronavirus will chip away at Columbus budget
The economic fallout caused by the coronavirus pandemic will be “like a thousand paper cuts” to Columbus city government’s revenue, as small businesses and workers stop collecting pay ...
Springfield seeks buyer for small grass lot in downtown
In a very similar situation, the city in 2018 sold a small triangular lot just two blocks at the corner of Worthington Street and East Columbus Avenue to the owner of the adjacent business ...
Columbus City Council candidates make their pitch to voters
“Second, we need to seek out ways to grow our city with new housing and business opportunities ... Pyfferoen said Columbus faces similar issues as most small towns in the country: an ...