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Florida SBDC at USF Pulling Small Businesses out of the COVID-19 Mire Small businesses across the nation are reeling in the face of coronavirus.
On the Other Hand, Impacted People Are Helping Impacted People There is no time like the present for Corporate America to become human.
Non-Essential Businesses Struggling with Shut-Downs, Lay-Offs, Focusing on Surviving The past president of Beef ‘O’ Brady’s and owner and current president of Little Greek Franchise Development, Vojnovic now oversees some 44 Little Greek franchises and has had to shut down his entire operation to help stop the spread of the deadly COVID-19.
Accounting 101: What Accountants Should Tell You About the COVID-19 Stimulus Checks The COVID-19 crisis, spreading across the globe, infecting hundreds of thousands of people and devastating economies in its path, has come at crunch time for U.S. taxpayers.
Retail Versus COVID-19: Some Changes May Become Permanent There is an old adage in business: “Nothing happens until someone sells something.”
All classes and necessary support functions will continue remotely through the spring semester. USF has developed a myriad of tools, technologies, training and other resources to assist in this transition. Classes scheduled over Spring Break will be rescheduled. You should get a message from your instructor.