Small Business and Entrepreneur
Small U.S. businesses invested in capital goods and personnel in December but optimism was sluggish in the month, the National Federation of Independent Businesses said.
Franchise Expo South will relocate to Houston's Reliant Center to connect entrepreneurs and business owners with top franchise concepts.
The new year will mean $200 million for bioscience entrepreneurs in Connecticut in the next decade, with $10 million in annual state investments in the first two years.
Chicklabs, an incubator that nurtures women-led startups and products geared toward women, joined Chapman University's eVillage this summer with the aim of matching startups with experts, ranging from number crunchers to marketers.
Nine tips for entrepreneurs in starting a viable business in 2014.
For many Cubans, time remains frozen in the facades of crumbling colonial mansions, while others say the pace of life has quickened in the three years since President Raul Castro admonished them to embrace economic reforms.
The potential of a student project to help diagnose sleep disorders was enough to convince judges at a New Jersey accelerator that it was worth endorsing, at least with some seed money and mentorship.
A free seminar for small-business owners to learn how to do digital marketing and advertising will be held Wednesday in El Paso.
Tinubu Square offers 10 ways to watch your credit risk in the upcoming year.
Coinbase, a startup that lets people trade in Bitcoin, has raised $25 million in venture capital funding despite the lack of regulation of the virtual currency.
Entrepreneurs are about to find a new place to get their creative juices flowing, as a group plans to launch an office in Blacksburg, Va., that will give early stage startups a free place to call home.
Optimism among U.S. small-business owners rose slightly in November, the National Federation of Independent Businesses said Tuesday.
A new group of entrepreneurs, including Elon Musk, are creating new ways of doing business or overturn laws.
Already time-crunched, financially squeezed small-business owners have more to stress over now that an easier way to shop for health insurance won't be available in January, as originally planned.
Eligio Cedeņo, Venezuelan ex-patriot and longtime foe of Hugo Chavez, has made a major investment in U.S. Hispanic media.