Cash may still be king for small businesses but if you're not managing that cash flow properly, the kingdom may crumble. Here's how to mitigate the cash flow for your small business.
There's one category of people who save even less for retirement than small business owners do - and that category is women. Research shows a $13 trillion dollar retirement gap.
Before you buy some new tech for your small business, maybe it's best to check the second-hand market. Try this and several other money-saving tips to pad your bottom line.
First Data launched its IPO on the New York Stock Exchange. The payments provider will trade on NYSE under the symbol FDC.
If angel investors are looking for entrepreneurs with what they call integrity, what exactly does that look like?
More than half of all crowdfunding campaigns fail to reach their intended mark. What causes them to fail? Or better yet, what are the keys to successful campaigns?
Equity crowdfunding -- selling "shares" of your startup through crowdfunding to raise funds may sound like an intriguing idea but it's not without risks.
Fundbox has announced another successful round of fund raising that garnered the company $50 million. To date, the company aimed at providing small businesses with up-front cash based on their outstanding invoices, has raised $108 million.
The second-hand online clothing marketplace ThredUP has just announced an $81 million round of venture funding. The company is trying to stand out in what's becoming a competitive and increasingly crowded marketplace.
Another round of funding from the U.S. Small Business Administration aims to help small businesses increase their ability to export their goods or services. The funding through the SBA's STEP program is part of a larger initiative to increase U.S. exports.
For some small businesses and startups, crowdfunding to raise capital may be the best way to get off the ground. Then again, this means of raising capital is not for everyone. Here are five businesses that could benefit from crowdfuding.
GoDaddy and Kiva have entered into a philanthropic partnership that will give each GoDaddy employee $25 to donate to a Kiva small business. The mission is to fund low-income entrepreneurs.