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July 8, 1987
The federal Small Business Administration said its Orange County branch office will move to a new facility at 901 W. Civic Center Drive, Suite 160, in Santa Ana, from its previous location in the Fidelity Federal Building in Santa Ana. The new office will open Monday.
July 26, 2001 | Associated Press
The U.S. Senate confirmed Glendale entrepreneur Hector V. Barreto Jr. to head the Small Business Administration. Lawmakers approved President Bush's nominee by voice vote. Barreto, 39, owns an employee-benefits company and is a former head of the Latin Business Assn. He will head an agency whose budget Bush has proposed cutting from $900 million to $539 million next year.
August 23, 1990
Expo '90, a free program sponsored by Rep. Esteban Torres (D-La Puente) to help small-business owners find new markets, will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. today at the Rio Hondo College Campus Inn in Whittier. Representatives of federal, state and local governments and 20 large corporations will discuss business opportunities. The program will also include seminars on marketing and Small Business Administration loans.
August 5, 1998
Los Angeles-based Imperial Bancorp has formed a thrift and loan association called Crown American Bank to provide financing for small businesses. Imperial's entire small-business lending division, including its Preferred Lender Program license from the Small Business Administration, will be transferred to the new entity, which will be headquartered in Los Angeles and operate out of regional branches in El Segundo, Inglewood, Encino, Costa Mesa and Riverside.
September 16, 1997 | MIMI KO CRUZ
Several government agencies are offering a free tax seminar for small businesses Sept. 27 at Cal State Fullerton. The seminar will begin at 9 a.m. and will feature workshops on reporting rules for employment taxes, independent contractors vs. employees, the audit and appeals process and preparing a sales and use tax return.
March 28, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
W. Franklyn Chinn, a former director of the defunct Wedtech Corp., was sentenced in New York to nine months in prison after pleading guilty to filing a false statement with the Small Business Administration. Under the plea agreement, Chinn is expected to be released on parole after serving a third of his term.
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