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Megan Coryat says she loves every day now that she's her own boss.
Why is the Small Business Administration asking General Electric to participate in small-business discussions?
Competing budgets, competitive vigor, and nap time. Plus, do you have time to button your shirt?
Jeff Chinman says he has three top priorities now: Update his Web site, create a blog and start using local online market ads.
Lots of small-business owners are maintaining more expensive financing arrangements then they need.
Many companies offer bonus plans that could be called pennies-from-heaven plans, in which a bonus is given when the owner decides the company has had a good year and wants to spread some of the wealth. This tends to be a waste of mo...
A new restaurant tries to get a foothold in Seattle: "It was the night before Valentine's Day, our first since we opened 11 months ago."
Tips on 'onboarding' from fast-growing companies that are serious about how they hire and how they help new employees get oriented.
In this age of streaming videos and movie downloads, can an energetic entrepreneur breathe life into what most people assume is a dying business?
The members of the She Owns It business group talk time management. Have you discovered any secrets?
No product shots, no marketing shots. We want photos that reveal what it means to run a small business.
The moves are the latest in a series of steps by taken by both Congress and the administration to expand the S.B.A.'s reach by making more businesses eligible for the agency's programs.
The sky has yet to fall, employment numbers are up, and here's how to use Pinterest. So why aren't you going to SXSW this year?
Inside the trailer might be warmer, but outside, Steven Lawrence of Fried & Fabulous can approach people to offer free samples, a sales pitch and maybe a joke.
Opening in a new country presents an opportunity for growth and revenue, but it is also an opportunity to lose ours shirts.
It's amazing what you can find out when you ask questions instead of making assumptions.
There is no one else to clear the path ahead.
Readers offer suggestions on site functionality and on the recruiting software company's target market.
When we started H.Bloom, we would hire a candidate based exclusively on e-mail interactions, a phone screen and in-person interviews. After a couple of early mistakes, we realized that we needed to make a change.
The business group considered what, if anything, Ms. Parker could do to address the problem at this late stage.