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Family-owned businesses are the original mom-and-pops of Main Street, and they're feeling optimistic in the new year, according to new data.
Seeking a corporate world alternative, more millennial women are launching ventures in the start-up space that's dominated by male founders.
Rooster Soup Co. is an upcoming, crowdfunded nonprofit restaurant that will join the new class of eateries with a mission.
Crumbs says it is shuttering all its stores, a week after the struggling cupcake shop operator was delisted from the Nasdaq.
US small businesses increased hiring in June, adding to signs the labor market is strengthening, the National Federation of Independent Business said.
U.S. small businesses boosted borrowing for a third straight month in May, according to data released on Tuesday.
Storefront pairs online retailers with temporary storefront locations, like boutiques, for "pop-up" experiences.
More businesses are ditching paper checks, and turning to mobile payment technologies such as Stripe and Square.
Embracing failure has rapidly become the norm at start-ups, but some think this "failure fetish" might have gone too far.
Europe's top tech entrepreneurs reveal to CNBC what their best advice is for their fellow entrepreneurs on how to get funding and seek investors.
American female entrepreneurs are the most content and active compared to 24 other developed economies, according to new data.
Discussing the challenges small businesses face to grow, and the difficulties in finding a skilled workforce, with Madelyn Alfano, Maria's Italian Kitchen president, and Matt Tyler, Vickers Engineering CEO.
Some S&P 500 companies in conservative states already are managing weather shifts, according to a new report. Inside the climate change fight.
Paul Donovan, global economist at UBS, says the global economic fundamentals are very favorable to large, listed companies, less so for the small business sector.
For all the challenges facing U.S. start-ups and small businesses, they seem to be better off than their counterparts in the developed world.
Mom-and-pop shops on Main Street are disappearing at an alarming rate in a world of Wal-Marts. Can anything save them?