Downtown businesses in the U.S. and abroad once took for granted that nearby offices would provide a steady clientele looking for breakfast, lunch, everyday goods and services and last-minute gifts. As the resilient coronavirus keeps offices closed and workers at home, some are adapting while others are trying to hang on.
Gene Marks, a CPA at The Marks Group, weighs in on the issues facing small businesses as they attempt to recover from the pandemic.
Republicans hit the Biden administration with a litany of complaints this week, alleging tone-deaf federal policies are “hamstring” small businesses as they struggle with the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.
NASA has announced that it will invest more than $45 million in 365 proposals from American small businesses as part of the agency's Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs.
California restaurant owner Angela Marsden blasted Gov. Gavin Newsom’s “hurtful” explanation, downplaying the recall effort against him.
A Los Angeles County restaurant has upped the ante with city officials who on Tuesday were granted court authorization to padlock the doors for the establishment’s refusal to comply with COVID shutdown orders.
The City of Burbank said it is seeking court authorization to padlock the doors of a restaurant that has stayed open in defiance of city orders to shut down amid the COVID pandemic.
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.
It has been nearly 11 months since small businesses have been targeted, both directly and indirectly, for government-mandated business closures or reduction in operating capacity.
Enacting a $15 minimum wage and eliminating the tipped wage credit would devastate our already ailing restaurant industry.
Two small business owners fighting to survive after a tough year of closers and restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic shared on Sunday how they have adapted to the current situation.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage across the country, states are struggling to mitigate the spread of the deadly virus whilst safely reopening their economies.
Florida's Palm Beach has restaurants opening up "all over the place," while small businesses in New York City shutter, said Gristedes Foods President John Catsimatidis.
A NYC restaurant owner slammed Gov. Cuomo’s Valentine’s Day indoor dining return Friday, arguing that New York is the “worst-run state in the country.”
Senate Democrats on Friday voted against Louisiana Republican Sen. John Kennedy's amendment to exclude rioters from receiving SBA assistance.
The Washington, D.C., community is stepping up to support Black-owned businesses that have been pummeled by the coronavirus pandemic, subsequent economic recession and social unrest over the past year.
The iconic Kellogg’s Diner in Brooklyn is on the brink of closing after Gov. Cuomo’s indoor dining ban destroyed her business “beyond measure.”
Bobby Van’s Steakhouse owner Joseph Smith told FOX Business Gov. Andrew Cuomo is keeping New York City shut down for political reasons.
The Raise the Wage Act is a big concern for the franchise industry.
California restaurant owner Angela Marsden argued on Wednesday that Gov. Gavin Newsom must be “held accountable” for his “reckless decisions" amid the coronavirus pandemic.