Nominations for the SBA's Small Business Person of the Year, which come from every state and the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Guam, are due to local offices by Nov. 13.
A green event-planning company in Chicago is making money transforming how clients hold weddings, celebrations, meetings and other big events. "Greeners" get clients on the right track, environmentally speaking.
To hire or not to hire? Good question.
In slow economies, it is crucial that you have a business plan that can easily adapt to changing consumer and business appetites. Here are five tips on how to swim best in rough waters.
Many small business owners are finding other ways to save money in these tough times, choosing to maintain their payrolls rather than add to the nation’s unemployment rate.
Pink slips usually go hand-in-hand with downturns. Not all small business owners know how to hold on to their workforce when faced with financial difficulties, but there are ways for companies to maintain payrolls and survive rough economic times.
Subprime lending was a leading factor in the collapse of the economy, and entrepreneurial advocates say small-business lending is crucial to its full resurrection. FOXBusiness.com asked the nation’s big banks: how much did you give the “little guy” in 2009?
These courageous small-business owners defied logic and started companies in a recession.