Looking at new docs from Treasury and SBA regarding small business loans. It does not appear that, for these companies, affiliation rules have been waived. Still don't have info yet on the larger "middle-market" pot from Treasury.
US technology companies founded by 1st, 2nd generation immigrants: @Apple (April 1, 1976) Google Amazon Facebook Oracle IBM Uber Airbnb Yahoo Intel EMC eBay SpaceX VMWare AT&T Tesla NVIDIA Qualcomm Paypal ADP Reddit Slack WeWork Stripe Cognizant Intuit 3M Zoom 43% of Fortune 500
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Republicans had a deal until Nancy Pelosi rode into town from her extended vacation. The Democrats want the Virus to win? They are asking for things that have nothing to do with our great workers or companies. They want Open Borders & Green New Deal. Republicans shouldn’t agree!
We have just purchased many Ventilators from some wonderful companies. Names and numbers will be announced later today!
The first coronavirus case in the U.S. and South Korea was detected on the same day. By late January, Seoul had medical companies starting to work on a diagnostic test — one was approved a week later. Today, the U.S. isn’t even close to meeting test demand
I’m calling on the Federal Government to nationalize the medical supply chain. The Federal Government should immediately use the Defense Production Act to order companies to make gowns, masks and gloves. Currently, states are competing against other states for supplies.
Just so we're all clear, Trump says he won't use the Defense Protection Act to order companies to make more equipment to save lives because he "doesn’t want to interfere in the free market." Explain to me how bailing out corporations isn't interfering in the free market?