U.S. banks grapple with system glitches, paperwork snags as small-business program ends fourth day


The U.S. government's $350 billion small-business rescue program was plagued by paperwork and technical issues as it lurched to the end of a fourth day on Monday, with some banks experiencing major glitches with the processing system, according to industry groups, bankers and an email seen by Reuters. (Reuters US News) More More

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