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Grocery store Daily Table is on a mission to sell healthy food so cheap it can compete with fast food.
Small businesses are taking on regulations, as government red tape has intensified. From "cookie bans" to hours of work training, the list of rules is long.
In one state, you can end up in jail for up to six months for selling baked goods. Inside the world of small business regulations.
More small businesses report stronger performance, though tough lending conditions persist, according to new Federal Reserve data.
A whopping 60% of small-biz owners plan to vote in the election. They want their voices heard in Washington. A survey reveals their top pick.
Venture investors are paying up to 40 percent less for software start-ups than they were a year ago, according to this VC.
Find out how this new, on-demand service is taking the headache out of packing up and sending back your returns.
Small brewers, like Half Full in Connecticut, are seeing big growth, and that means thousands of new jobs for the industry over the next few years.
If you need someone to stand in line for you at the passport office, online chore market place "TaskRabbit" can help you. The app has a new feature - it will confirm within five minutes, reports CNBC's Kate Rogers.
U.S. small business confidence declined further in February as concerns about sales growth and profits hurt capital spending and hiring plans.
TaskRabbit CEO Leah Busque also talks about balancing growth with background checks on workers.
In a unique Detroit housing program, select lenders are offering guaranteed second mortgages as a way to make up for appraisal gaps.
The skills gained in the military are helping veterans succeed in cybersecurity.
A convenience store owner who had his bank account seized under an IRS policy meant to target drug dealers and money launderers will be repaid in full.
A dairy farmer and a convenience store owner are working to get back their cash they say was wrongfully seized by the IRS years ago.
Linda Mallers, a Wisconsin mother of four, tells CNBC how she turned a P.T.A fundraiser into a business that helps local farmers.