Small Business and Entrepreneur

Startups Offer Smartphone Banking Apps

Startups are offering banking that's designed specifically for smartphones, enabling users to track their spending on the go.


Hispanic Entrepreneurs Set Pace in Florida

Small businesses in Florida are growing steadily but overall revenues remain small, bank survey shows.


Girl, 13, Gets Fall Line in Nordstrom

Isabella Rose Taylor of Texas is debuting her fall line at Nordstrom and will hold her first show at New York Fashion Week.


Free Business Seminars Offered

The Small Business Center of Bladen Community College will offer a no-cost, six-week seminar series for people who want to start their own business.


Small Business Program Helps Create 4,000 Jobs

Connecticut's bipartisan-approved program was adopted in 2011 a way to help small businesses stymied by the credit gap that dragged on after the 2008 recession.


Student Startup Develops Date-rape Detector

A group of students at North Carolina State University has developed a nail polish that can detect date rape drugs, according to a report.


Entrepreneur Contest Announced in Idaho

Boise State University and Zions Bank have created a business contest to foster entrepreneurship among Idaho college students.


Student Entrepreneurs Get a Leg Up in Philly

As the traditional 9-to-5 workforce wanes, ambitious college students are ditching dog-eared management textbooks for case studies of startups.


STEM Startups Find Advantages in Down Economy

With legions of college students about to head back to class, the annual ritual brings to mind the dreams of success those young scholars harbor: a good, well-providing career.


Correction: SmallBiz-Autistic Owners story

In a story Aug. 13 about business owners with autism, The Associated Press reported erroneously the name and abbreviation of the Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center, or SARRC.


Social Entrepreneurs Doing Well by Doing Good

Dream Big America is featuring startups with a social spin as part of its monthly radio pitch competition.


Autistic Entrepreneurs Find Meaning, Income

There is a growing movement to help autistic adults find jobs, but for some, the answer lies in having a business of their own.


Optimism Rises Among U.S. Small Businesses

The National Federation of Independent Business index of small business optimism rose in July, but at a slower rate than expected.


Small-Biz Development Director Offers Advice

Vincent Vicari, the new regional director of the New Jersey Small Business Development Center, offers advice to small-business owners and entrepreneurs.


Small-Biz Center Opens in Inland Empire

A new Small Business Development Center has opened at the University of La Verne in Southern California to provide free consulting and low-cost seminars for small enterprises.


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Worker Confidence Dips as New Month Begins

The Randstad Employee Confidence Index decreased 3.3 points in January to 52.1, indicating U.S. workers may be feeling uncertain about the job market and economy amid ongoing budget negotiations, which have led to higher payroll taxes for many Americans.


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