Small Business and Entrepreneur
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.
Venture capital firms are betting that the Midwest could become the next Silicon Valley.
The U.S. Treasury Department is providing South Dakota with nearly $4.5 million to help a state program expand its lending program for small businesses.
A new resource center for Hispanic small-business operators is now open in Kansas City.
Inproma is recognized for excellence in employee incentive programs.
January's frigid temperatures seemed to put a chill on a federal government-backed program aimed at helping small businesses grow.
Aiming to help metro Detroit entrepreneurs who have small businesses that are only a year or two old, the Center of Empowerment and Economic Development kicked off Entrepreneur Week on Monday with a roundtable panel at Focus: HOPE.
The employer mandate under the Affordable Care Act has been delayed until 2016 for companies with 50-99 employees, the federal government said Monday.
An increase in small-business startups, falling unemployment and a rise in consumer spending make "the perfect trifecta" for heading out on your own.
The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber is looking to provide funding for Hispanic-owned companies.
Mark Madrid, a former executive with the Houston Chamber, will lead the Austin, Texas organization.
It's essential to have a plan when managing your wealth, whether it be personal or corporate.
Tax preparers are focused on making sure businesses and individuals get their due returns -- but first a filing delay, which the IRS is blaming on Congress.
The Workshop at Macy's offers insight to merchandise vendors about the competitive retail world.