Opinion: Colorado’s overlooked but mighty small businesses still have time to grab a lifeline
Cash or card? Coronavirus further shifted society away from currency, toward digital payments
Consumers already favored electronic transactions before the pandemic, but online commerce during the stay-at-home order and early fears of virus transmission accelerated the move
5 charts showing where federal coronavirus loans went in Colorado, which industries benefited the most
Counties with the largest number of loans were on the Front Range and dominated by Denver, with more than 18,000 loans
With days left to apply for a Paycheck loan, there’s still more than $126 billion available to small businesses
More than 101,000 Colorado small businesses received $10.3 billion in forgivable loans, but numbers have stalled even as government made loans and forgiveness easier to get money to small businesses
Opinion: Coloradans facing threat of eviction, foreclosure cry out for relief
Small businesses in Colorado’s high country say the federal coronavirus stimulus has left them empty handed
Employers in the state are facing defaults on leases and the prospect of losing all of their workers. The Small Business Administration says more funding may be on the way -- if Congress acts.
Congress is weighing whether to give marijuana businesses access to banks. In Colorado, that’s already happening.
As many as 35 banks are already offering financial services to the legal cannabis industry in Colorado, the state’s Bankers Association says, but they’re doing so under hushed circumstances and strict federal oversight
Bill to give legal cannabis businesses access to banking passes U.S. House
U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter, D-Arvada, was one of the primary supporters of the SAFE Banking Act