A referendum that will decide the future of the United Kingdom's participation in the European Union is scheduled for later this week. What could a UK pullout mean for your small business?
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A new study shows that 95 percent of small business owners either built or started their own companies.
What does FedEx's acquisition of Dutch-based delivery service TNT Express. Well, if you ship products to customers in Europe quite a lot.
Biz2Credit has just issued its annual list of the top cities in the U.S. for small businesses. What locations are best for your small business and others like it?
Some don't realize Amazon is more than just an online retail behemoth. It happens to be a major provider of online hosting services too. And while ecommerce sales are doing great, this isn't the only place the company is seeing profit these days.
Web.com's acquisition of Yodle last year has resulted in a strong first quarter for the web services company.
Bernie Sanders has been pushing his campaign message across the country in the Democrat primary elections and has had plenty to say on issues important to small businesses.
Shopify's success shows the incredible growth of ecommerce in the small business sector. Here are some details of what is driving that success and what it means.
Who' watching out for the interests of small businesses at the Securities Exchange Commission? No one, legislators say. But they soon plant put an end to that. Learn more about the bill that could soon give smaller companies a seat at the table.
It's a freelancer's economy, or so they say, but a lot of independent workers and micro-business owners say they worry about cash flow and sustainability despite loving the independence the lifestyle provides.
Hillary Clinton appears -- at this moment -- to be the Democrat nominee for the upcoming General Election. But where does she stand on small business issues? We dug deep and found her own words on some key issues.
Loosening of embargoes on the Communist island of Cuba could eventually present some unique opportunities for businesses in the U.S. But don't start measuring for drapes in your downtown Havana office just yet.