Whether hiking, biking or camping, many Americans love the outdoors. That has helped boost retailer REI to new heights of success.» Read More
Home buyers in the St. Louis area are benefitting from price incentives. The money didn’t come from the builder, it came from local labor unions. Their aim is to help stimulate demand to boost sales to create work.
TroopSwap is a full-fledged e-commerce and daily deals site exclusively for veterans, service members and their families. The discount site offers up to 90 percent off on everything from skydiving to legal services, vacations and restaurants.
Snap-on Tools is one of several franchises that have been offering financial discounts and special training for veterans who are looking to transition back to civilian life.
Forecasts for an increasingly crowded and competitive market have not deterred “fro-yo” companies from embarking on ambitious expansion plans to capture an increasingly health-conscious U.S. consumer.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor unveiled an economic stimulus plan to cut taxes on small businesses. Cantor's bill removes a restriction that, in previous versions of the legislation, would have barred certain highly compensated professions.
Entrepeneurship is at its highest rates in almost two decades, but job growth remains at slow and steady incline. The picture shows that perhaps small business is not the job generator that is portrayed to be.
Rocker Gene Simmons and two partners are opening a family restaurant and pub called Rock & Brews in a Los Angeles suburb next month, and they are planning others.
The Small Business Administration is teaming with the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to support Hispanic small businesses and entrepreneurs.
U.S. workerswant to be successful, and some even want to be the boss one day. What they overwhelmingly don't want to be are corporate executives.
Even with high unemployment rates, finding the right talent can be a major challenge for CEOs. That's the finding of a new poll, which found that while 47 percent of CEOs expect to see growth in the next three years, only 30 percent of CEOs feel they will be able to hire and retain the right talent needed to handle that growth.
The spouse of an entrepreneur reports that when someone decides to start a company, they take the entire family along for the ride.
On Tuesday, the USPS launched a new marketing campaign to promote “Every Door Direct Mail,” a shipping service for small businesses with postage rates starting at 14.5 cents per piece.
Business people are prone to many of the same unhelpful behaviors and mindsets as underperforming athletes, which prevent both groups from being at the top of their game.
If you are looking for one more indication that consumers are spending again, consider this: Hair salons are seeing an uptick in business as people schedule more haircuts — and we’re not talking the Greek bondholder kind.
Many entrepreneurs fall into the trap of thinking that no one can do a job as well as they can. But a business can't grow without successful delegation. But delegating often turns out to be easier said than done. There are three common mistakes that entrepreneurs can make when delegating.
Another South by Southwest Interactive has come and gone. The scores of entrepreneurs, investors and technologists who migrated to Austin, Texas, for five days in mid-March offered up loads of insight, including this: Don't launch at SXSW.
Nearly half of all adults in the U.S. own smartphones, and 30 billion apps have been downloaded globally. But, does that mean that every business needs its own app to bring in customers?
You show up at a bar, wait in line and finally make it past security, only to find that the place is wall-to-wall people — none of them your type. What if you could take the guesswork out of going out?
SylvanSport founder Thomas Dempsey learned last summer that a product similar to one he'd patented was being made in China when a customer sent him a link to a Chinese company's website.
A century ago, Brooklyn had 48 breweries within its borders. But they slowly moved out of the borough, with the last two breweries closing their doors in 1976. Then, in the mid-1980s, beer came back to Brooklyn.