Small Business and Entrepreneur
Small businesses are important to our economy and to our economic recovery, so why should they be forgotten in tax-reform plans? President Obama's proposal on July 30 for a corporate tax cut completely ignores small businesses.
Scions of three prominent Memphis families associated with
entrepreneurship encouraged local
business leaders to support local innovators to spur economic development.
An employee handbook not only lets you tell your workers about company policies and benefits, but can also keep you out of trouble.
An investor relations firm and an international law firm are working together to help investor relations officers better understand the SEC's April
report regarding social media.
If you want to know the similarities between Friday night lights and
running a business, talk to Chuck Tabor.
Ty Richardson began his career as an expert on generational differences when he
wrote his dissertation on the differences between Generation X and Generation
Y's perceptions of the customer service experience.
Latina Style Inc. announced its 10th annual Latina Symposium for Sept. 5.
In a nod to the heat of summer in
Washington, a local e-bike firm has begun offering electric-bike tours of the
National Mall and memorials.
Billions of bees are needed to pollinate California's $3.9 billion almond crop,
and D&J Apiary earns a big payoff trucking its
hives each February to the San Joaquin Valley.
Two of South Florida's most prominent Hispanic families are joining local investors trying to recapitalize U.S. Century Bank: the
Navarros, founders of the pharmacy chain, and the Mas brothers of MasTec.
Olga M. Ramudo found her career by going on vacation. She was a stay-at-home mom in the mid-1980s when she and her sister organized a ski trip with a group of about 30 friends. The next year, the crowd grew to 110.
Steve Malik, the entrepreneur who sold his medical software
company Medfusion to Intuit three years ago, has reacquired the business for
an undisclosed sum.
Entrepreneurs have a growing number of funding alternatives aimed at letting mom-and-pop venture capitalists back startups.
The California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce's Latina Empresaria Day highlights women's power.
The U.S. Department of Commerce's Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) has released its annual performance report for fiscal year 2012. The data shows that MBDA and its national Business Centers assisted in helping several minority-owned businesses gain over $3.6 billion in contracts and capital. Additionally, nearly 17,000 jobs were created or retained, marking a new record in the agency's 44-year existence.