Citing tough economic conditions, JP Morgan Chase is reporting a 17 percent drop in overall revenue during the first quarter of this year compared to last year during the same time.
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A new survey of business owners by OnDeck reveals they don't have a lot of confidence in the hopefuls for President of the United States and actually long for the days of Ronald Reagan.
The fast-food chain Carl's Jr. said it has decided to move out of its California headquarters to be closer to the base of Hardee's. Could California's harsh business taxes be to blame for the move?
The company that helps merchants accept credit card payments more easily has experienced good earnings of its own. The company reported a 49 percent rise in fourth quarter earnings.
The U.S. Small Business Administration is celebrating a milestone in the awarding of federal contracts. SBA says that 5 percent of all federal contracts were awarded to women-owned small businesses in 2015.
What's the biggest, most valuable fake company we've never seen off the big screen or television? A British company has examined what some of the most popular companies that never were are worth. The results will surprise you.
Service-based small businesses may benefit from the recent acquisition of Frederick by Booker Software. Booker plans to incorporate Frederick's digital marketing software into services it offers businesses.
The so-called gig economy is growing fast but for those looking to make an impact in it best have the skills required to find work and keep it.
comScore has now twice missed deadlines to file its earnings report with the SEC and the market is reflecting an insecurity, with the company stock taking a hit recently.
New data from Can Capital and PYMNTS.com shows that small businesses in the U.S. are actually growing faster than the country's economy.
In releasing its 2015 earnings report, Shutterstock says that the company saw steady growth and expanded the product line it offers.
A recent report by the National Small Business Association shows 50 percent of small business owners expect growth over the next six months. And 75 percent are confident.