Small Business and Entrepreneur

Ohio Man's Online Potato Salad Effort Takes Off

An Ohio man who turned to a crowd-sourcing Internet site to help him pay for a batch of potato salad has raised at least $35,000 from the effort.


Chrysler Rolls Out Discount for NFIB Members

Chrysler is partnering with the National Federation of Independent Business to offer members, employees and family a $500 cash allowance toward buying or leasing select vehicles.


Hispanic Chamber CEO Wants to Deliver Value

The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of East Tennessee is pushing the group toward greater community involvement.


Pot Shop Sues IRS for Cash Penalty

A marijuana business in Colorado is suing the Internal Revenue Service for assessing a penalty for paying taxes in cash.


Retired NFL Star Scores in Sandwich Business

Former Cincinnati Bengals All-Pro Max Montoya is a successful entrepreneur with six restaurants.


Are Small Businesses Prepared for Obamacare?

The special federal health exchange serving small businesses is expected to go online this fall, and more states will offer a variety of insurance plans to employees, but don't expect enrollment to take off.


Bautista Opens Juice Franchise

Toronto Blue Jays slugger Josť Bautista is the newest owner of a Booster Juice franchise.


Hispanic Enterprises Weather Hard Times in Detroit

As Detroit negotiates its way to a better economic future, Hispanic investment in that effort will be critical to its success.


Does Raising Minimum Wage Put Unfair Burden on Franchises?

Hundreds of franchisees are learning they're not small businesses, at least in the eyes of city government.


Tax Credit Floated for Angel Investors

Sen. Chris Murphy has introduced legislation that would create a federal tax credit for "angel" investors in technology startup businesses.


From Temp Worker to Business Owner

Renee Rodriquez sees a part of herself in every job seeker who comes through the door -- she now owns the franchise that got her her first temp assignment 26 years ago.


Women's Business Conference Lands in Philly

The annual Women's Business Enterprise National Council National Conference and Business Fair makes its first Philadelphia appearance beginning on Monday.


Micro-enterprises Find Niche in Business World

Many highly skilled workers are still looking for a job that will provide the same level of income they had before the Great Recession -- and are finding it through microenterprises.


How to Make Money With Instagram

Instagram is helping small businesses drive sales, gain customers and develop their brand, particularly if they deal in products that photograph well.


Startup Accelerator Focuses on Home Automation

The Microsoft Ventures Accelerator in partnership with American Family Insurance is meant to help startups create advancements that lead to safer and smarter homes.


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Franchising

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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