Forbes 20 Feb 2020

Shutterstock's Jon Oringer Turned A Personal Need Into A Booming Business


Jon Oringer, founder of Shutterstock, was toying with a portfolio of companies, but it wasn't until he pivoted to solve a personal need for accessible imagery when business began to boom. In the latest episode of 90 Seconds With, Oringer discusses his ultimate decision to focus on Shutterstock above his other business opportunities.

Steve Forbes on how the small business loan program falls drastically short of what's needed to save ailing businesses and why trillions of loan dollars are critical to avoiding a tsunami of closures that will cripple our economy.

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Some Republicans have criticized Democrats for unnecessarily delaying much needed help for small businesses. One America's John Hines spoke to several lawmakers and has this report.

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