Apple Metro CEO Zane Tankel set the record over allegations that he fired 1,000 employees due to rising minimum wage after he appeared on Varney & Co. on FOX Business. He said the media got it all wrong.
House Financial Services Committee Member Rep. Mia Love (R-UT) on how tax cuts will boost the U.S. economy.
Apple-Metro CEO Zane Tankel sets the record straight about firing employees over the rising minimum wage.
Small business owner Teresa Meares on why tax reform is a priority for small business.
From NotPetya to WannaCry, the number of cyber-attacks continue to skyrocket worldwide.
SonicWall CEO Bill Conner sounds the alarm on cyber security, ransomware attacks and steps to protect your information
Tervis President and CEO Rogan Donelly on making products in America and the benefits of staying local.
Made in America President Donald Trump hosted a product showcase at the White House Monday featuring items from all 50 states to kick off “Made in America” week.
Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-Okla.) weighs in on the damaging effects ObamaCare has on small business owners and job growth in rural communities.
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery President Sam Calagione on creating beer that quenches thirst.
As Americans do more and more of their shopping on their devices instead of at the store, traditional retailers are reeling. Some are being forced to shrink — or go out of business altogether. Already 2017 has been a year of massive store closings, led by these chains.
Bon Bon Bon founder Alex Clark on her chocolate shop and her decision to be in Detroit.
Avocaderia co-founders Alberto Gramini, Francesco Brachetti and Alessandro Biggi on how they came up with the idea for an avocado bar.
Brandless CEO Tina Sharkey on her new brand of organic food and health items that are all $3.
Opinion: The U.S. Chamber of Commerce gives Congress its tax reform wish list.
In an effort to help companies modernize their systems and processes, Visa is offering U.S. small businesses monetary incentives to go cashless.
Basketball superstar LeBron James invested in a small California-based pizza startup called Blaze Pizza back in 2012 and in five short years the chain has now become the fastest growing restaurant business in America, according to the industry consultancy firm, Technomic.
Cargo CEO Jeff Cripe on how the company is turning ride share vehicles into vending machines on the go.
Thai immigrants, Tony and Somnuek Thangsongcharoen, who are now American citizens, are devastated after their small bridal shop was seized by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for owing $31,400 in back taxes.
Lawyer Jason Freeman, who represents the Thai shop owners which lost hundreds of thousands of dollars after an IRS asset seizure, explains their lawsuit against the IRS and the current situation of the couple.