Global  

Magic Johnson Helps Fund Loans For Minority, Female-Owned Businesses

Video Credit: CBS2 LA - Duration: 00:27s - Published
Magic Johnson Helps Fund Loans For Minority, Female-Owned Businesses

Magic Johnson Helps Fund Loans For Minority, Female-Owned Businesses

The former Lakers star and his trust company is providing $100 million in capital to fund the loans.

DeMarco Morgan reports.

0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 

You Might Like

Related news from verified sources

Good News: Magic Johnson Funding $100 Million in Loans to Minority-Owned Businesses

Good News: Magic Johnson Funding $100 Million in Loans to Minority-Owned Businesses Former Laker Magic Johnson is providing $100 million in capital to help fund federal loans for...
Mediaite - Published Also reported by •USATODAY.com


With $100 million, Magic Johnson pays it forward to businesses in need

Magic Johnson, janitor. Before we talk about the $100 million in loans his insurance company is...
Seattle Times - Published


Tweets about this


Related videos from verified sources

Struggling business owners in Palm Beach County begin applying for CARES Act grant money [Video]

Struggling business owners in Palm Beach County begin applying for CARES Act grant money

Businesses in Palm Beach County on Friday began to apply for grants and forgivable loans as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act.

Credit: WPTV News | West Palm Beach     Duration: 01:30Published
Small Business Administration says they still have $130 Billion for small businesses [Video]

Small Business Administration says they still have $130 Billion for small businesses

Small Business Administration says they still have $130 Billion for PPP loans for small businesses

Credit: 7News - The Denver Channel     Duration: 00:55Published
Nick Wright reacts to Paul Pierce not including LeBron in his all-time Top 5 [Video]

Nick Wright reacts to Paul Pierce not including LeBron in his all-time Top 5

Nick Wright reacts to Paul Pierce's all-time Top 5 which includes Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Magic Johnson, and Bill Russell, leaving LeBron James off the list. Nick says it's..

Credit: FOX Sports - Affiliate     Duration: 04:45Published