Small Business and Entrepreneur
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.
Instagram is helping small businesses drive sales, gain customers and develop their brand, particularly if they deal in products that photograph well.
The Microsoft Ventures Accelerator in partnership with American Family Insurance is meant to help startups create advancements that lead to safer and smarter homes.
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan said he will focus on attracting and supporting businesses and entrepreneurs to set up shop in a city suffering from decades of disinvestment.
The House has voted to make permanent a tax break that makes buying new equipment and improving property easier for small businesses, but Democrats point out that the break would increase the deficit by $73 billion.
Michigan still has a long way to go to be a truly friendly place to operate a small business, an annual survey of entrepreneurship showed this week.
Small business lending approval rates rose at banks and credit unions in May, according to the Biz2Credit Small Business Lending Index.
Business borrowing is on the rise, but bank experts say a few common mistakes hurt entrepreneurs on the road to recovery.
The acquisition of a former Heinz plant fits in with Ruiz Foods' East Coast expansion plans.
Small businesses added 35,000 jobs in May, the largest monthly increase in over a year, according to an index of businesses with fewer than 20 employees.
Just a few years after starting Now Communications in a friend's guest room, Joshua Hadley's company is now one of the fastest growing in the country.
Entrepreneurs are lining up to provide services for production companies who are filming in Louisiana thanks to generous state tax credits.
Minority entrepreneurs who feel their road to success is more difficult than others may not be imagining things, says a Utah professor.
Cannabis Casualty Insurance plans to hire insurance agents and launch satellite offices in each legalized medical marijuana state.
Column: Tech entrepreneurs can create enormous wealth for themselves but in reality do little to create jobs, particularly for the middle class.