The owner of two Burger Kings said he is rooting for the House Republicans proposal to replace Obamacare, especially the Trump-endorsed American Health Care Act’s (AHCA) plan to eliminate Obamacare’s employee mandate provision.
After releasing a video taking on whiney, complaining students, The Silent Partner Marketing, a boutique firm focused on helping businesses grow, was flooded with resumes --but before potential applicants are hired, they must pass a unique test.
Nine Line Apparel Co-Founder Tyler Merritt on his patriotic-themed apparel company that hires mostly veterans.
President Trump wants to build a 30-foot concrete wall to prevent illegal entry from Mexico into the United States, but one Texas resort that sits right where the border wall would likely be built, says it would be damaging to business.
River Bend Resort and Golf Club General Manager Jeremy Barnard on the potential impact of President Trump's wall on properties along the U.S. border with Mexico.
Former Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) and former U.S. Small Business Administrator Hector Barreto on whether President Trump's budget cuts are necessary.
Federal Trade Commission Acting Chair Maureen Ohlhausen says rolling back regulations will benefit consumers.
HandL CEO Allen Hirsch on his new smartphone case design and his career as an artist.
National Federation of Independent Business President & CEO Juanita Duggan discusses how President Trump's policies will help the economy and small business owners.
Peter Morici, economics professor at the University of Maryland, Fox News political contributor Tammy Bruce, former Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) and National Review editor Rich Lowry discuss the Business Roundtable Index.
The New York attorney general says that while Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was CEO of Exxon he used an alias in emails to talk about climate change.
U.S. veterans Daniel Alarik and Christopher Raya discuss Grunt Style, a line of military-themed apparel, and the company's efforts to hire vets and manufacture its products in America.
Small business optimism remained at one of its highest readings in 43 years, as small business awaits a new healthcare law, tax reform, and regulatory relief from Washington, according to the February National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Small Business Optimism Index, released today.
Small Business Administration Administrator Linda McMahon on the 235,000 jobs added in February, the role small businesses play in the U.S. economy, and whether the GOP's Obamacare replacement will get passed.
American Bankers Association CEO Robert Nichols discusses President Trump's meeting with community bankers.
Do CEO Kristen Tomlan on the popularity of the business' cookie dough you can eat raw.
Former NFL linebacker and Kuiu founder Jason Hairston defends large-game hunting.
KUIU CEO Jason Hairston on the economics of big game hunting and the impact on his health from playing in the NFL.
More Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week, but claims remained low enough to suggest that most workers enjoy job security.
Modell's CEO Mitch Modell on the state of brick and mortar, the GOP's Obamacare replacement and the impact of a higher minimum wage.