(The Center Square) – A federal judge has ruled against a small business advocacy organization in its lawsuit against Major League Baseball, keeping the league's All-Star Game in Denver.
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(The Center Square) – As Tennessee prepares to send out an additional $45 million in federal coronavirus relief to small businesses before the end of the year, those businesses should know they won’t be taxed on any relief that comes as part of the state’s Supplemental Employer Recovery Grant (SERG) program.
(The Center Square) – A small business advocacy organization has sued Major League Baseball to return the All-Star Game to Atlanta.
(The Center Square) – As President Joe Biden promotes his several trillion dollars in proposed federal spending, Republicans and small businesses are raising the alarm, arguing the taxes needed to pay for those spending plans are a threat to the economy.
(The Center Square) – Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee announced Tuesday the state will stop participating in added federal unemployment benefits in an effort to encourage Tennesseans on unemployment to start working again.
(The Center Square) – The Biden Administration sent some stock prices tumbling and left small businesses worried after taking sides on a hotly contested labor issue that critics say could threaten the jobs of millions of independent workers and thousands of small businesses.
Small business owners and nonprofits across Tennessee can begin applying for low-interest loans of up to $100,000 and free business support through the Southern Opportunity and Resilience (SOAR) Fund.
(The Center Square) – Johnson City Brewing Company co-owner Eric Latham got into the business' 1993 Econoline van Saturday after his shift and delivered two kegs of beer to area restaurants.
(The Center Square) – Republican lawmakers introduced legislation to remove an antitrust exemption that Major League Baseball received from the U.S. Supreme Court 99 years ago. U.S. Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, introduced the bill with four cosponsors: Sens. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, Marco Rubio, R-Fla., Josh Hawley, R-Neb., and Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn.