The agency had previously released only summary data. Of those companies, 69 returned the money, or roughly $436 million. It appeared that 10 other companies received between $5 million and $10 million but reported retaining only one job with the money they received.
Kasowitz represented Trump before he became president in a wide range of lawsuits over a period of 15 years, according to the firm's website. Each donor gave at least $20,000. A spokesperson for Advent said the company explored but never completed an application and did not receive any funds.
The loan money, meant to provide relief to small businesses that were shuttered because of the coronavirus pandemic, was approved for Media Matters by Bank of America on April 29, after the progressive outlet criticized the Trump administration for its handling of the rescue funds, suggesting the administration would not seek "enough to do the job".
The U.S. Small Business Administration released long-awaited data Monday disclosing the names of the largest recipients of Paycheck Protection Program loans - specifically naming companies and nonprofits that received more than $150,000. Support local journalism - donate to NHPR today.
Under the PPP, the government is backing $659 billion in low-interest loans written by banks.
-Nearly 2,330 Wisconsin companies listed as manufacturers by the Treasury Department received loans ranging from $150,000 to $10 million. Semper did not respond to a request for comment.
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Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) - who spearheaded the creation of the agency - celebrated the fact that the agency would be preserved. When the agency a a sent a demand for information, the law firm refused and alleged the bureau was operating unconstitutionally.
The administration has promised to investigate potential misuse of the funds in the program, with a focus on loans of more than $2 million.
Patrick is chairman of President Donald Trump's reelection campaign in Texas. The administration had resisted releasing the information, but relented following bipartisan calls for transparency. "When you see these people getting assistance quickly and they have contributed to the campaign, then it is going to raise questions". Altogether, the loans were worth more than $12.4 billion.
The deadline to apply for paycheck protection was June 30, but Congress extended the application window into early August. With money still available, Congress voted to extend the program just as it was expiring, setting a new date of August 8. SBA is working to collect more demographic information from borrowers to better understand which small businesses are benefiting from PPP loans. That secrecy spurred a lawsuit by news organizations including The Associated Press. It has already shared the data with prosecutors at the Justice Department.
He is a part-owner of DeWine Seeds-Silver Dollar Baseball, which received a loan listed between $150,000 and $350,000. She is married to the Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, R-Ky.
Almost 1,000 businesses in the accommodations and food services industry also received loans, including 151 hotels, 629 food service establishments and 35 bars. Notably, the co-chair of that company is also a Trump campaign fundraiser. He said the loan, for $189,500, will cover payroll and payroll-related expenses.
Kastanis reported from Los Angeles.