Earlier this year, the U.S. posted its lowest unemployment figures since 2008. Are these positive numbers a sign that the nation's economy is fully rebounded from the Great Recession.
Keeping you up to date on the economy and how it impacts small businesses.
The Chinese stock market has tumbled in recent months. Could this be a sign that the next recession has already begun? How should your small business prepare if that's the case?
A deal that has NOWDiagnostics acquiring ZBx Corp. could mean more on-the-spot healthcare testing and diagnoses. The deal could benefit small healthcare businesses that outsource much of their necessary lab work.
A recent NLRB vote gives more wage negotiating powers to workers at establishments that rely on contractors. The vote likely will make it harder for businesses to outsource their help.
The spinoff of PayPal from eBay as an independent company is now complete. Both companies have been important to small businesses in the past. Here's more about how the spinoff affects each.
The owner of a Baltimore eatery is passing on participating in the city's Restaurant Week in an effort to help feed the homeless.
How small is small? New federal data shows that most small businesses are very small. By definition, a small business could have up to 499 employees. The average American small business has about 8!
A new tax passed by Chicago lawmakers will increase the cost of popular streaming services like Netflix. But could the "cloud tax" be setting a dangerous, and expensive precedent?
If would-be entrepreneurs knew there'd be something to fall back on, they might be willing to take more risks starting businesses. New research suggests there is something governments can do to increase the number of startups, but maybe not what you think.
Export goals established by President Obama have not yet been realized. Making matters worse, creating jobs that export domestic goods is getting more expensive.
Former head of HP vows to be the small business candidate for President.