Will AI tools like ChatGPT lead to fewer hires? Large chunk of small business owners think so
A significant chunk of U.S. small business owners believe the capabilities of artificial intelligence tools like ChatGPT will allow them to hire fewer workers in the future.
New credit card bill targeting Visa-Master card 'duopoly' triggers lobbying onslaught
Lawmakers are pushing legislation that would reform the credit card industry with the purpose of fostering greater competition, prompting widespread outcry from a diverse coalition.
Dunkin’ Brands offers AI marketing to US locations with HubKonnect partnership
Dunkin' Brands, the parent company of Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins, will leverage HubKonnect's AI-informed local marketing solutions through a new three-year partnership.
San Francisco became a 'ghost town' under Mayor London Breed: Tom Wong
Small business owner Tom Wong says San Francisco's rampant crime forced him to move his business out of the city on 'Varney & Co.'
California is killing another industry that families need
State Farm will no longer sell home-insurance policies in California. The decision follows a similar call by GEICO, which closed all sales centers in the state last year.
Why your local chamber of commerce networking groups are great for business leads
Chambers of commerce offer loads of benefits to small business owners including a place to brainstorm ideas, meet other professionals, and find clients.
Growing your business: use these steps to secure your small business loan
Tricks and tips on how to get the best possible loan for a small business and how to channel that loan into growth, funding expansion or new employees.
Costco adds churro Bundt cake from small California wholesale bakehouse: 'Certified banger'
Costco Wholesale is selling a 40-ounce churro Bundt cake made by Bakery Street, a California-based wholesale bakehouse. Social media users have been sounding off on the new item.
Whistleblowers are witnessing fraud, abuse in government agencies: Rep. Beth Van Duyne
Rep. Beth Van Duyne, R-Texas, discusses Biden family business dealings and wasteful government spending on 'The Big Money Show.'
US small businesses are 'AI-curious' but divided on benefits of new tech, study finds
U.S. small business owners are intrigued by the possibilities artificial intelligence can bring, but there are enormous divides in age and firm size when it comes to seeing benefits.
Business in Democrat-led state eyes Texas as crime takes toll
Antique Marketplace owner Carly Willis says rampant crime in Washington state is threatening her business, causing her to consider a move to the Lone Star State.
How to use a summer intern to your advantage so it’s a win-win
Interns who spend the summer with a company can bring a can-do attitude, new perspective and can ease the workload for regular employees who can boost overall performance.
Tight labor market has increased demand for teens in summer jobs
The proportion of teenage Americans who have jobs has trended up amid a tight labor market and rising wages, and states are looking to make it easier for businesses to hire teens.
Retired NASCAR champion Michael Waltrip hops into brewery business, revs up for 100 new bars in five years
Two-time Daytona 500 champion Michael Waltrip discusses his brewing company and their latest mission to open 100 new bars within five years.
How to raise your business' social media presence on a limited budget
Social media usage can allow small business to connect with their audiences and gain new customers. Facilitating customer engagement properly can boost sales.
Texas mom builds sensory play kits in kitchen after daughter's diagnosis, sees 330% growth: 'Sky is the limit'
A Houston, Texas, mom has built a sensory play empire after her daughter struggled with Childhood Apraxia of Speech. The brand, Young Wild & Friedman, continues to grow.
US debt default would be 'devastating' to small businesses, Chamber of Commerce warns
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is sounding the alarm over a potential default on the federal government's debt, warning small business owners of the "devastating" impact.
Amazon sellers averaged over $230K in sales in 2022
Independent sellers in Amazon's marketplace sold an average of 7,800 products every minute in 2022 and averaged more than $230,000 in sales during the year.
CEOs give fair warning to Chicago over bad-for-business policies
Chicago businesses feel “very shocked" and “deeply concerned" about the city's high crime and "ill-conceived" policies forcing owners and their establishments to relocate.
CEO details how ‘passion project’ became a $30 million, made-in-America business
Flexscreen CEO Joe Altieri shares what makes his product unique and details his success on ‘Varney & Co.’