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NABE | April 27, 2020
A majority of U.S. companies expect to stay afloat for more than six months without government assistance, according to a survey on Monday, even though the novel coronavirus outbreak has severely disrupted economic activity and hit cash flow.
The National Association for Business Economics (NABE) business conditions survey also found that a third of firms expected to resume normal business operations within five to eight weeks. State and local governments have shut or limited operations o...
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PINTEC | August 31, 2021
Pintec Technology Holdings Limited, a leading independent technology platform enabling financial services in China, today announced its decision to expand its technical services to focus on better empowering the small and medium enterprise ("SME") ecosystem, by leveraging the Company's advanced technology in big data, artificial intelligence, and cloud-based infrastructure. Specifically, the Company plans to utilize its "SaaS + Fintech" model as a total solution in ...
Expensify | October 19, 2021
Expensify, a payments superapp that helps individuals and businesses around the world simplify the way they manage money, launched its Free Plan for small businesses today. The plan offers free, unlimited use of the following features:
Expensify Cards in both physical and digital versions, with customizable spend limits, automatic Karma Points donations to Expensify.org, and more
Up to 2% cash back on all Expensify Card purchases through 2021, and up to 1% thereaft...
StarTribune.com | March 18, 2020
Tan Do has been in the restaurant business for 23 years and his Skyway Wok restaurant attracts many workers in downtown Minneapolis everyday. But he closed it starting Wednesday for at least the next week or two. Few people stopped in Tuesday and even takeout orders didn’t come after downtown offices emptied and state leaders told restaurants to close to slow coronavirus. “I’ve not experienced anything like this before,” he said. “I have no plan right now. We don&rs...
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