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Small Businesses’ $2 Billion Problem: Government Shutdown Leaves Loans in Limbo

Small Businesses’ $2 Billion Problem: Government Shutdown Leaves Loans in Limbo

The Small Business Administration has stopped approving routine small-business loans, forcing some entrepreneurs to consider costlier sources of cash.

Published 1 week ago

Morgan Stanley Earnings Fall Short

Morgan Stanley Earnings Fall Short

Morgan Stanley’s fourth-quarter profit fell short of expectations as the Wall Street bank wrapped up an earnings season for banks that has been mostly solid except in securities trading.

Published 6 days ago

For Democrats in 2020, Small Donors Are Gauge of Fundraising Success

For Democrats in 2020, Small Donors Are Gauge of Fundraising Success

As party prizes grass-roots support and presidential hopefuls swear off super PACs, Cory Booker has relied on big donations and outside money.

Published 6 days ago

Corporate Europe Faces ‘Unbearable’ Uncertainty Over U.K. Exit

Corporate Europe Faces ‘Unbearable’ Uncertainty Over U.K. Exit

British Prime Minister Theresa May’s failure to get approval for a deal to split the country from the EU adds significant pressure on companies as they plan for the now greater possibility of an abrupt and disorderly exit.

Published 1 week ago

Poll-Rigging for Trump and Creating @WomenForCohen: One IT Firm’s Work Order

Poll-Rigging for Trump and Creating @WomenForCohen: One IT Firm’s Work Order

In early 2015, the owner of a small tech company showed up at Trump Tower to collect $50,000 for helping Michael Cohen try to rig online polls in Donald Trump’s favor before the presidential campaign. He says he never got what he was owed.

Published 1 week ago

Carlos Ghosn to Stay in Jail After Tokyo Court Denies Bail Again

Carlos Ghosn to Stay in Jail After Tokyo Court Denies Bail Again

Carlos Ghosn is set to stay in jail at least until March after the Tokyo District Court upheld its earlier decision to deny his release on bail.

Published 1 week ago

Morgan Stanley earnings hit by volatile markets

Morgan Stanley earnings hit by volatile markets

Morgan Stanley’s fourth-quarter results were hit hard by volatile trading at the end of 2018, and the bank missed Wall Street estimates on both its top and bottom lines.

Published 1 second ago

Poll-Rigging for Trump and Creating @WomenForCohen: One IT Firm’s Work Order

Poll-Rigging for Trump and Creating @WomenForCohen: One IT Firm’s Work Order

In early 2015, the owner of a small tech company showed up at Trump Tower to collect $50,000 for helping Michael Cohen try to rig online polls in Donald Trump’s favor before the presidential campaign. He says he never got what he was owed.

Published 1 week ago

Germany Weighs Banning Huawei From 5G Amid Heightened Scrutiny

Germany Weighs Banning Huawei From 5G Amid Heightened Scrutiny

Germany is exploring ways to ban the use of Huawei products in the country’s telecommunications infrastructure, extending the Western backlash against the Chinese tech firm over security concerns.

Published 1 week ago

Small Businesses’ $2 Billion Problem: Government Shutdown Leaves Loans in Limbo

Small Businesses’ $2 Billion Problem: Government Shutdown Leaves Loans in Limbo

The Small Business Administration has stopped approving routine small-business loans, forcing some entrepreneurs to consider costlier sources of cash.

Published 1 week ago

Three Reasons the Syria Attack Is So Ominous

Three Reasons the Syria Attack Is So Ominous

ISIS claimed responsibility for a deadly explosion that killed four Americans on Wednesday. WSJ's Gerald F. Seib explains three reasons why the tragic event is so ominous. Photo: AP

Published 1 week ago

Microsoft’s Answer to Seattle Area’s Housing Problem: $500 Million

Microsoft’s Answer to Seattle Area’s Housing Problem: $500 Million

Microsoft pledged $500 million to support affordable housing in the Seattle area, an effort to address concern that technology companies’ financial success has pushed less wealthy people out of their communities.

Published 1 week ago

Corporate Europe Faces ‘Unbearable’ Uncertainty Over U.K. Exit

Corporate Europe Faces ‘Unbearable’ Uncertainty Over U.K. Exit

British Prime Minister Theresa May’s failure to get U.K. Parliamentary approval for a deal to split the country from the European Union adds significant pressure on continental companies as they plan for the now greater possibility of an abrupt and disorderly exit.

Published 1 week ago