Saltwater intrusion from the Gulf of Mexico has farmers who rely on water from the Mississippi River looking for ways to save their produce.
Inflation is hurting small businesses across the country and business owners are finding creative ways to make additional revenue to offset their losses.
Business owners in the United States need to step back this spring to evaluate their company's best practices and make necessary improvements.
As banks collapse, the U.S. dollar is weakened by inflation and the Federal Reserve maintains its aggressive interest rate hike strategy, small and mid-sized companies are at risk.
Nearly every ingredient used at a bakery costs more.
Monday’s long-awaited reopening of many of the hardest-hit businesses in the nation’s most populous county and epicenter of California’s worst COVID-19 surge this winter is being met with a mix of elation and hesitation.
Across the country the tourism industry took a big hit because of the coronavirus pandemic. The industry lost billions of dollars and impacted jobs, local communities, and businesses.
The Raise the Wage Act is a big concern for the franchise industry.
Several U.S. cities and states have announced plans to lift restrictions on indoor dining at bars and restaurants – in moves that come less than week after a change at the White House.
A swath of small business owners that have been fighting tooth and nail to keep their operations alive during the economic downturn fear their businesses won't make it in the new year, according to a new report.
A pilot program in Texas will equip small businesses with COVID-19 rapid tests for their employees.
The musician said he will hire any person who has lost his/her job, wants extra income, or is a veteran.
If you've been thinking about applying for relief for your small business, now is the time to get moving, as PPP loan application approval will end June 30.
While some companies are seeing a boom in business amid the deadly pandemic, there’s a dark side to that surge, both in terms of cost and complexity. Some of the big-ticket items of added costs include cleaning, temperature scanners, production time, and even management issues, as companies scramble to meet COVID-19 guidelines.
ADP said its small business customers slashed more than 11 million jobs in April.
As small and midsize businesses rehire laid-off employees and get back to work, many owners are taking steps to ensure employee safety- and masks and gloves won't be enough.
As weeks of lockdowns were extended in nation after nation, governments were pressed to ease restrictions on key businesses and industries.
Many Main Street businesses are still waiting for the cash infusion necessary to stay alive.
“Everyday Millionaires” author Chris Hogan on Thursday explained how people can prepare for a severe storm.
Are small business owners prepared for the possible recession? According to a new poll, the answer is, sadly, no