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You've heard of the Americans with Disabilities Act, of course. And you've probably seen public accommodations for the disabled in many public buildings. But what are your responsibilities as a small business owner when providing access under the law?
Bots are everywhere. And they're actually helping a lot of small businesses -- with far fewer resources -- perform more like big businesses. When will it get to be too much?
Freshdesk says it has updated its API to make it more user-friendly for developers. Check out what the company has done to improve your experience.
It would behoove some small businesses that are owned by disabled military vets to register as such with various agencies and levels of government. The designation could make your business eligible for some government contracts.
Running a truly modern small business presents a lot of new challenges and opportunities that weren't around 10 years ago. Luckily, our small business community has plenty of advice on how best to operate a small business in a modern way.
What's on your work desk? It could be cluttered with a lot of things you don't need. But don't go without having these staples -- not literal staples, though they're a good idea, too -- at the ready on or in your desk.
eBay has launched its own Shipping Supplies Store. Sellers can purchase 25-packs of shipping boxes with the eBay logo splashed on them or even specialty envelopes and padded mailers in packs of 100. More products are planned to be added.
Small businesses can escape the fees that big banks charge to transfer money internationally with the help of Transfer Wise, the so-called Skype of international money transfers.
For the first time in almost a century, the U.S. Postal Service is dropping rates to send regular mail. That's right, a price DROP. The nearly 4 percent decrease in cost will affect letters, large envelopes or flats, and postcards.
In a new customer survey by Sage, the company found that a majority of small businesses believe that their elected officials in the nation's capital are out-of-touch with them.