‘Mom & Pop’ shops worry they will be squeezed out of small business coronavirus aid
Small business people are almost always last in line with the government. Mom and Pop don’t have deep pockets and lobbyists.
For certain small business loan purposes, the term typically refers to companies that employ fewer than 500 workers. But Congress and the Trump administration agreed to include large hotel and restaurant chains, as long as they employed fewer than 500 workers in a given location.