Small Business and Entrepreneur

Small-Biz Center Opens in Inland Empire

A new Small Business Development Center has opened at the University of La Verne in Southern California to provide free consulting and low-cost seminars for small enterprises.

Funds Go Dividend Hunting Among Small Companies

Smaller companies pay dividends too, and some mutual-fund managers count them among the best opportunities to find dividend growth.

Tucson group among most active 'angel' investors

Aug. 07--Tucson's Desert Angels group was among the 10 most active angel-investing organizations in the nation in the first quarter, after cracking the top 10 nationally last year, according to a new report by a national angel group. Angel investors are affluent individuals who are qualified under securities law to make high-risk private equity investments that can provide critical seed money ...

Chambers Are Ready to Help You Succeed

Chambers of commerce throughout the country lend a hand to businesses, using a variety of tools to offer aid.

Government Meets Goal for Small-business Contracts

The federal government reached its yearly goal of awarding small businesses 23 percent of contracts for the first time in eight years.

Recruiting and Keeping the Perfect Employee

Tough as it may be to land a great job, finding a great candidate for a job can be even harder. Here's what to do about that.

South Florida Leads State in Venture Capital

South Florida companies were the most active in attracting venture capital in the first half of the year -- 13 of 25 in the state, according to a report released on Thursday.

Hiring on the Rise at Small Businesses

The long-awaited surge in hiring at small businesses appears to be under way as they hire on workers to keep up with rising demand for products and services.

Contreras-Sweet to Speak at MED Week

SBA Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet will speak at the 2014 National Minority Enterprise Development Week Conference in Washington, D.C., on Aug. 1.

Small Firms Take Out the Trash in Jersey

Two youngsters launched Convenient Collectors in the summer of 2013 with a simple business proposal: They will move your trash cans.

Execs Help Entrepreneurs, Get Chevy Volts

GM CEO Mary Barra decided to help MBAs Across America by donating 12 Chevy Volts to help it in its travels across the country.

Fair Trade Brings Big Sales, Clean Conscience

Demand for Fair Trade products is rising as people become more aware of how their food and other products are made, creating a growing opportunity for entrepreneurs and small-business owners.

Female Business Owners Still Face Gender Gap

Women who own small business are still far behind their male counterparts when it comes to getting loans and government contracts, a congressional report says.

Startup Makes It Easier to Buy American

A Philadelphia startup's online store promotes about 1.5 million U.S.-made products, and expects to exceed 6 million soon.

Small-Business Loans Fueling Economic Growth

Bank loans and leases grew at a 7.7 percent annual rate in the second quarter, the sharpest increase since 2008, according to Federal Reserve data and SNL Financial.

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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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