By: Kate Rogers
We’ve been traveling all over the country, highlighting the biggest issues to small business from tax reform to trade. We will show you where we’ve been and update on key issues: Healthcare reform, tax reform, minimum wage and NAFTA renegotiation. » Read More
A deregulatory tone and action on tax cuts have small businesses feeling positive. But here's 3 more things they really want.
As the Trump administration seeks a rewrite of the NAFTA trade deal with Canada and Mexico, small businesses fear the worst.
Critics say Gov. Brownback's flawed tax-reform plan reflects why similar cuts proposed by the Trump administration could be disastrous.
As the pendulum swings in favor of a higher minimum wage nationwide, businesses in Miami Beach continue to wage a war inside its own city.
Finding skilled labor is a major headache for small businesses, but many are finding creative ways to tackle the problem.
Tax reform is a top concern for small businesses in North Carolina and throughout the US. It could boost business expansion.
Louisville, Kentucky, is a microcosm of how Obamacare has been working, or failing, for small-business owners hit by rising premiums.
CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports from Kentucky on the sentiment from small businesses on the issue of health-care reform.
CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports small business owners rank health care costs and reform among the top issues they are focused on.
Small business optimism is on the rise in the U.S. Entrepreneurs weigh in on how a Trump presidency will affect their businesses next year.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on how small businesses across the country are preparing for changes to Obamacare under the Trump administration.
CNBC's Kate Rogers takes a look at several startups to find out how President-elect Trump will likely impact their businesses.
A new breed of social entrepreneurs has lifted the New Orleans economy. The city now leads the nation in start-ups per capita.
Crystal McDonald, founder of Acrew, speaks to CNBC's Kate Rogers about how her company is reshaping the hiring process, targeting employers that are "traditionally high turnover."
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports that after Katrina, New Orleans has become a fertile ground for startups. She talks to one brewer who's helping to bring back the city, one beer at a time.
CNBC’s Kate Rogers has the latest on the startup scene giving back in New Orleans.
CNBC's Kate Roger's takes a tour with the CEO of Plank Industries Tom Geddes and talks about Under Amour CEO Kevin Plank’s commitment to Baltimore.
The city is betting billions on an entrepreneurial boom.
Design skills are leading to big job promotions at companies as diverse as Ford, Intuit, Nike and Whirlpool.
Many top chefs are entering the fast-casual market, providing fine dining to the masses for $15 or less.
Greek immigrant Jim Mirkopoulos built a film studio in Chicago that now contributes millions to the local economy.
"I like to eat small, healthy meals every three hours," Wahlberg told CNBC Make It in July.
Mercedes' Marco Polo camper van includes several smart features that can be controlled via a smartphone app.
These top-rated hostels provide all the comforts of a hotel with the fun of a hostel. See where people are staying around the world.
Small businesses and startups have traditionally been at a disadvantage when it comes to the benefits they can offer employees. Thanks to a crew of fintech firms, that's changing.
German HR start-up Personio just secured a $75 million funding round led by Accel, which values the company at close to $500 million.
Companies including Amazon, Nike, Warby Parker and Marriott express disappointment after Tennessee Gov. Lee's announcement he will sign an anti-LGBTQ adoption bill into law.
A first generation Mexican-American, Campos moved to New York after college to pursue a career in fashion. Now as CEO of an iconic fashion brand she is inspiring women and Latinos in business.
Companies are now becoming "extremely serious" about sustainability, where previously they were all about shareholder value, according to an ad industry veteran.
Just 4.7% of CEOs at Europe's top companies were women in 2019, new research has claimed.