Organizations representing independent businesses slammed Friday's weaker-than-expected jobs report, blaming President Joe Biden's policies for the uptick in unemployment.
The country is in a striking predicament, with millions unemployed and businesses that can't find enough people to hire at current wages.
Skylar Reeves joins 'Fox Business Tonight' to explain how he's incentivizing new hires
Bruce Levell predicts more to retire: 'they should let somebody come forward that wants to take care of the people's business'
Forbes says we need to 'get these artificial barriers out of the way' on 'Fox Business Tonight'
Rep. Dan Meuser, R-Pa., discusses the impact of President Biden's tax plan on small businesses and the overall economy.
Fox News contributor Liz Peek and 'The Cow Guy' at AG Optimus Scott Shellady counter the Biden admin's claims that the American Families Plan will help people get back to work.
Happy Cork owner Sunshine Foss reflects on the 'amazing' business year amid lockdown.
What have you been doing to celebrate National Small Business Week? Did you even KNOW it was Small Business Week?
The April employment report will be released Friday morning and a big increase in hiring is expected.
EmployBridge Chief Workforce Analyst Joanie Bily joins 'Fox Business Tonight' on how businesses are attracting new employees
GoDaddy CEO Aman Bhutani discusses the boom in businesses building an online presence.
Slapfish Restaurant Group CEO Chef Andrew Gruel and 'The War on Small Business' Author Carol Roth weigh in on businesses trying to find their footing amid the pandemic.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is under fire for missing an April deadline to testify before the House Small Business Committee.
Aurora Theater owner Lynn Kinsella discusses ways she's kept her business open throughout the pandemic.
Agents of the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) went undercover at Old Corner Saloon in Clements earlier this year after getting a complaint that fraudulent cards were being sold at the location, according to officials at ABC.
FOX Business' Connell McShane reports even with the new CDC guidelines regarding cruises, it appears Alaska 'is headed for yet another tough economic summer.'
The Kings College Professor of Business and Economics Brian Brenberg argues businesses should compete with one another for employees, not the government.
Former bartenders Aiden and Louis Ardine have raised more than $15,000 walking across the nation for the restaurant industry.
Thor Equities Chairman Joe Sitt weighs in on employees returning to the office, arguing that the U.S. will see 'the greatest boom since World War II.'