Small Business and Entrepreneur
Isabella Rose Taylor of Texas is debuting her fall line at Nordstrom and will hold her first show at New York Fashion Week.
The Small Business Center of Bladen Community College will offer a no-cost, six-week seminar series for people who want to start their own business.
Connecticut's bipartisan-approved program was adopted in 2011 a way to help small businesses stymied by the credit gap that dragged on after the 2008 recession.
A group of students at North Carolina State University has developed a nail polish that can detect date rape drugs, according to a report.
Boise State University and Zions Bank have created a business contest to foster entrepreneurship among Idaho college students.
As the traditional 9-to-5 workforce wanes, ambitious college students are ditching dog-eared management textbooks for case studies of startups.
With legions of college students about to head back to class, the annual ritual brings to mind the dreams of success those young scholars harbor: a good, well-providing career.
In a story Aug. 13 about business owners with autism, The Associated Press reported erroneously the name and abbreviation of the Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center, or SARRC.
Dream Big America is featuring startups with a social spin as part of its monthly radio pitch competition.
There is a growing movement to help autistic adults find jobs, but for some, the answer lies in having a business of their own.
The National Federation of Independent Business index of small business optimism rose in July, but at a slower rate than expected.
Vincent Vicari, the new regional director of the New Jersey Small Business Development Center, offers advice to small-business owners and entrepreneurs.
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.
Smaller companies pay dividends too, and some mutual-fund managers count them among the best opportunities to find dividend growth.
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 ...