Ground Zero relief money spread far and wide

Companies far from Ground Zero, including a South Dakota country radio station and a Virgin Islands perfume shop, got low-interest government loans intended to help Lower Manhattan small businesses recover from the September 11 attacks. Dozens of companies got hundreds of millions in loans from the Small Business Administration, some of them without even knowing the loans came from money earmarked for September 11-related relief. more [Crain’s]

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