Small Business and Entrepreneur
Alan Brochstein, founder of 420Investor.com, looks at investing in marijuana stocks with a professional eye.
Jacksonville has topped yet another good list to be on. WalletHub.com, a personal finance social network, has ranked Jacksonville as the best place in the country to start a business.
Some entrepreneurs are betting on betting on 'smart' kitchens. Google seems to agree purchasing Nest Labs for $3.2 billion.
NASA has selected 108 research and technology proposals from U.S. small businesses that will enable NASA's future missions while benefiting America's new high technology-driven economy right here on Earth.
Placentia resident John Frank Robinson V scrimped enough over eight years to open his own business, RoadShields, an automotive-glass online distributor and retailer.
After Wells Fargo denied a loan to an automotive-glass online distributor and retailer, he turned to an alternative-credit provider for a quick infusion of capital and to social media to get the word out. It worked.
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Many people who are employed by large entities have pensions or retirement accounts, but people who are self-employed also need a retirement plan. What should they do?
Tax reform draft proposals in Congress, if eventually enacted, could significantly change the way businesses write off advertising expenses by allowing only a 50 percent in-year deduction.
The Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce has gathered in more than 5,000 Hispanic entrepreneurs since launching in October 2013.
Small business operators can learn about micro loans and a federal loan program at a free lending fair tonight in El Paso.
The Southern California Minority Supplier Development Council will bring entrepreneurs and corporate executives together for a two-day event next month.
Lopez Negrete Communications receives major honor for its work on Samsung commercials.
A free two-day business workshop with seminars and one-on-one consulting to help Hispanic entrepreneurs has been scheduled for next week in Florida.
The Raymondville, Texas, Economic Development Council has applied to the U.S. Department of Agriculture for $700,000 to launch a revolving loan program that would offer low-interest loans to residents.