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Gene Marks tells CNBC why he thinks the Occupy Wall Street protesters are not representing his interests as a business owner.
Author Ann Patchett is trying to write a real-world business success story as she partners with a former Random House editor to launch an independent bookstore in Nashville after the Borders left town.
Steve Case says bipartisan efforts by the U.S. Congress will help entrepreneurs be successful, and thereby reduce the unemployment rate, he told Squawk Box this morning.
Green technology is helping small businesses get on track. CNBC Reporter Jane Wells visits Axion International, a business in New Jersey that is making railroad ties from recycled plastic.
In today's Roll Call, the chair of the House Small Business Committe, Representative Sam Graves (R-Mo.), pointed out the burden on small businesses due to the complexity of the tax code.
As most retail customers move online to bank, branches are regrouping by aggressively going after accounts with small-business owners, who tend to need a lot more face time than other types of customers.
In the aftermath of the October storm that hit the Northeast U.S. and the long power outages that followed, many small businesses are talking about what can be done to prepare for future extreme weather events.
China is losing its stronghold as a superpower with the lowest-cost manufacturing. Small businesses are looking to U.S. labor once again to manufacturer goods.
Only a minority of small-business owners seek venture capital, but for those who do, it can feel like a deal with the devil, reports The New York Times.
Hotels across the price spectrum are increasingly shrinking their business centers, reports the New York Times.
There are still some things made in America. Inside a massive building in Niles, Ohio, furnaces burning at temperatures of up to 4,000 degrees are melting titanium, a lightweight but strong metal which goes into airplanes, tanks, and artillery.
When you operate a small business, half the challenge is getting the word out that you exist. Even with a limited budget and resources, marketing is not a matter you can afford to overlook.
Unlike in Vegas, what happens at the company holiday party doesn't stay at that party; fun and games can quickly take a turn for the worse when the booze is flowing freely.
Love her or hate her, you have to give Kim credit: She's used her celebrity status to shine the spotlight on several small businesses and help them grow.
Author and entrepreneur Betty Shotton shares her tips to keep your enthusiasm high, your company on track, and mediocre performance a thing of the past.
When two sisters' small shoe business was challenged by bigger players in the industry, they weren't caught flat-footed. Instead, sisters Jenifer and Sarah Caplan used the opportunity to re-make their line and remain competitive.
In their new book, authors of "Startup Weekend" share how in 54 hours entrepreneurs can go from pitching their ideas to creating a new business.
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