Small Business and Entrepreneur

5 Online Shopping Tips for Small Businesses

An Internet services firm offers help to small businesses with big holiday plans.

10,000 Small Businesses Program Comes to Detroit

Investment bank Goldman Sachs says it is bringing its 10,000 Small Businesses program to the Detroit area, with loans and educational programs available.

Best Occupations for Mexican Americans

Teachers, accountants are occupations experiencing job growth among Mexican-Americans, a new survey says.

Venture Hive Announces Accelerator Class

A big data company focused on the cruise industry and a virtual check-casher targeting unbanked and underbanked U.S. Hispanic consumers were among the second accelerator class at Venture Hive.

NGO-Business Hybrids Do Well by Doing Good

Nongovernmental organizations and for-profit businesses are increasingly finding ways to help people and make money by hybridizing their missions and goals.

Small Businesses Divided on Minimum Wage

Six out of 10 small-business owners say raising the minimum wage would hurt small businesses, while about the same percentage also said they would not reduce workforce or benefits if an increase occurred, a survey finds.

B-Corp Status Can Boost Business Sustainability

One of the biggest barriers to long-term corporate sustainability is its biggest potential beneficiaries: shareholders. Designation as a benefit corporation can change that.

NASA Calls for Proposals

NASA seeks proposals for its Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer programs.

Puerto Rico Firm Offers Mobile Business-Card Creator

So-Go is providing the first-ever app for creating and modifying business cards on the run, executives of the Puerto Rico-based company said.

SBA To Waive Veteran Loan Fees

Starting Jan. 1, the U.S Small Business Administration will waive the upfront fee for veteran loans issued through its Express program, to make borrowing more affordable for entrepreneurs who have served in the military.

Job Spotlight: My Right Hand Man and The Amazing Maid

Royce Ard fully understands the roller-coaster that both a corporate career and business ownership can be.

Starbucks Suffers Setback Against 'Charbucks'

A small New Hampshire coffee company can continue to market its "Charbucks" roast over the objections of Starbucks, a federal appeals court said Friday.

Small Businesses Seek Head Start on Holidays

More than a third of small-business owners will start their holiday promotions on or before Thanksgiving Day, according to a survey from JPMorgan Chase.

Entrepreneurs: Organically Grown or Genetically Modified?

While being an entrepreneur sounds great for many reasons -- no boss, no 9-5 grind -- it's not for everyone.

How to Organize Your Home Office

The modern home office needs to be an efficient work space for the entire family, accented with the comforts of home.

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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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