As the economic fallout from the coronavirus continues across the globe, many El Paso business owners are worried about access to capital and cash flow.
El Paso hotelier Marco Ortega says the devastation the coronavirus outbreak has inflicted on the hotel industry “isn’t even comparable” to the financial impact of 9/11, the 2008 recession and government shutdown combined. It’s worse.
One bright spot as the COVID-19 outbreak continues to pummel markets and the world economy: plunging gasoline prices.
El Pasoans, many at home in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, took to social media Thursday morning with a question: Did anyone else feel the ground shake?
Mount Franklin Foods, the parent company of Sunrise Confections, Hospitality Mints and Azar Nut Company, has made another acquisition.
While funding on current roadway projects is secure, El Paso business leaders are worried about what the economic impacts of COVID-19 will do to the future of Texas transportation projects.
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