Small Business and Entrepreneur
Francis Matias noticed that island cuisine was missing in the Miami
Valley, so he and his family did something about it.
As part of the launch of its new Minority Business Accelerator,
Commerce Lexington announced a $2.4 million contract as part of a project to build dorms at the
University of Kentucky.
Minority- and women-owned businesses garnered a slightly higher share
of Erie County construction and service contracts in 2012 than they did in 2011,
according to figures released by the county this week.
The Los Angeles Small Business Administration District Office is hosting a Veteran Business Webinar - Summer Speaker Series now through Aug. 28. The first was held Wednesday, June 5.
Michael Dell tells entrepreneurs to embrace the crazy idea: "If it was obvious, everybody would have done it."
The Small Business Development Center at El Paso Community College is presenting a four-part series on taxes and record keeping for small businesses.
A Santa Clara car rental startup has drawn a legal
dustup at San Francisco International Airport, making it the latest battle between rule testing tech entrepreneurs and officials.
Blue Shield of California owes $24.5 million in rebates to thousands of
small-business customers, and rival Anthem Blue Cross will return $12 million to
small firms under requirements of the federal health-care law.
In June 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of Obamacare's individual mandate by concluding that imposing a penalty for not purchasing health insurance is a valid exercise of Congress' power to tax.
The Los Angeles Small Business Administration District Office is hosting a Veteran Business Webinar - Summer Speaker Series beginning June 5 through Aug. 28.
A light bulb went off when the head of Affordable Homes of South Texas saw lines of cars and crowds of
people dressed in scrubs leaving the Valley Grande Institute to go to lunch.
The world's largest startup accelerator yesterday announced 128 finalists in a wide range of fields, from one company that creates custom ad tech products to another that makes a more efficient, cheaper form of insulation.
As crowdfunding continues to grow in popularity for entrepreneurs, artists, and makers funding their projects, approximately 44 percent of Kickstarter projects were funded in Q1 2013 compared to 31 percent of successfully funded IndieGoGo projects, according to data from YellowBrick.
Three University of Texas at El Paso students hope to turn a Nobel
Prize-winning material into a multimillion-dollar business tied to a low-cost,
environmentally friendly technology for recycling water.