Small Business and Entrepreneur

SBA and Micro Loans Focus of Lending Fair

Small business operators can learn about micro loans and a federal loan program at a free lending fair tonight in El Paso.


Council Hosts Networking Event for Minority Businesses

The Southern California Minority Supplier Development Council will bring entrepreneurs and corporate executives together for a two-day event next month.


Lopez Negrete Wins Major Ad Award

Lopez Negrete Communications receives major honor for its work on Samsung commercials.


Free Workshop for Hispanic Entrepreneurs

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.


EDC Hopes to Help Small Businesses With Loan Plan

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 Look to the Heartland

Venture capital firms are betting that the Midwest could become the next Silicon Valley.


S.D. Gets $4.5 Million to Boost Small Business Loans

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.


Hispanic Enterprise Center Opens in Kansas City

A new resource center for Hispanic small-business operators is now open in Kansas City.


Inproma Strikes Gold at Industry Event

Inproma is recognized for excellence in employee incentive programs.


Buffalo SBA Loan Program Cools Down in January Chill

January's frigid temperatures seemed to put a chill on a federal government-backed program aimed at helping small businesses grow.


Entrepreneur Week in Detroit Seeks to Help Beginning Businesses

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.


Small Business Get Another Delay on Obamacare

The employer mandate under the Affordable Care Act has been delayed until 2016 for companies with 50-99 employees, the federal government said Monday.


Is It Time to Start Your Own Business?

An increase in small-business startups, falling unemployment and a rise in consumer spending make "the perfect trifecta" for heading out on your own.


Ohio Chamber Launches Minority Business Funding Push

The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber is looking to provide funding for Hispanic-owned companies.


Austin Hispanic Chamber Picks New Leader

Mark Madrid, a former executive with the Houston Chamber, will lead the Austin, Texas organization.


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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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