Small Business and Entrepreneur

Entrepreneurs Bank on Bitcoin ATM

A trio of young entrepreneurs have opened what they bill as the world's first ATM able to exchange Internet currency bitcoins for any legal tender.


Small-Business Owners Feel Bullish

Small businesses in California might soon be feeling bigger than at any time over the last five years, a study of the state's entrepreneurs found.


Hispanic Herbalife Distributors Raise Funds for Charity

Herbalife participants filled the Nokia Plaza in downtown Los Angeles last Sunday for a fundraising workout with Herbalife fitness director Samantha Clayton.


Gordon Brush Keeps Mfg. in Calif., U.S.

The Gordon Brush Mfg. Co. was recognized by the California State Senate in a resolution Tuesday for its commitment to manufacturing products in California and the U.S.


Entrepreneurs Have a Chance to Meet Warren Buffett

An online contest is again offering a few young entrepreneurs the chance to present their business ideas to billionaire Warren Buffett.


Entrepreneurs Graduate From Training Program

A dozen fledgling entrepreneurs have graduated from a new Rhode Island program for unemployed residents interested in launching their own companies.


Crowd Control Tips for a Safe Black Friday

LineLogic, which provides crowd-control equipment, offers some tips on how to have a safe Black Friday sale.


Managing Your Personal Brand

In an age where user-curated information can be shared globally, in real time, it's imperative to understand and own your online brand.


Passion for Hispanic Culture Drives Sisters' Success

The successful restaurant run by sisters Susan Martinez and Martha Vasquez got its start when their mother began selling tamales out of a neighborhood gas station.


Hispanic Entrepreneurs Say Hard Work Attracts Customers

These North Carolina entrepreneurs say that hard work has helped them attract Hispanic customers.


Shark Tank's Corcoran Offers Business Tips

Barbara Corcoran of ABC's reality show "Shark Tank" regaled an audience at the California Association of Realtors conference in Long Beach with stories and advice from her career as a real estate broker in New York City.


Young Hispanics Join Wave of Tech Entrepreneurs

The innovative spirit, the passion for having an activity and for technology have motivated two 20-something Latinos to found online businesses that are examples of the push young people are making in a world of challenges and constant change.


J.D. Power Shares Top Business Tips

The founder of J.D. Power and Associates shares 10 tips for getting ahead in business.


NFIB Rolls Out Small-Business Credit Card Program

The National Federation of Independent Business and First Bankcard, a division of First National Bank of Omaha announced the launch of a new small business credit card program for NFIB members.


Grant Award Will Help Hispanic Businesses

Hispanic-owned businesses in Eastern Washington can apply for money to expand.


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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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