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Unlike the other members of the business group, Susan Parker of Bari Jay, a dressmaker, retains an outside agency to manage her company’s social media use.
The chief executive of the waste-recycling company TerraCycle tried to balance promotion with entertainment in the reality-television series "Human Resources."
Malcolm Gladwell tells entrepreneurs, "Be disagreeable." Yelp settles a lawsuit. And what will happen to whiskey prices?
If you have questions about how the Affordable Care Act will affect your business, post a comment or put them in an email.
For less than the price of a plane ticket to China, Export Now promised to ship a small business's goods to China and put them online in a massive market. Most small businesses were not interested.
How being videotaped changes employee behavior. How RadioShack missed almost every opportunity. And does Urban Outfitters offend on purpose?
It's about learning to get back up, and it's about the dangers of becoming too civilized.
In just 10 minutes, the company says, it can help businesses create their own customized loyalty apps.
Tech upgrades for small businesses. How to use Instagram to promote products. Should we ban states and cities from offering tax breaks for jobs?
I learned to fly airplanes. I started riding bicycles, attended music camps and took my family on great trips. Obviously, I was spending less time at the business.
An iconic hardware store closes after nearly 100 years in business. Why "Shark Tank" doesn't represent the real world of investing. And how Urban Outfitters became "the official clothing store of Outrage Twitter."
Of all the dramas that entrepreneurs discuss with one another over drinks, the merging of personal relationships with business seems to cause the most pain.
Small businesses see only a small increase in health premiums. Small-business loans hit a record high for the third consecutive month. And there's a black market for Olive Garden pasta passes.
Even with a smaller-than-expected increase in premiums, however, the share of small businesses offering health insurance to employees declined slightly.
California passes a "Yelp Bill." Employee health premiums rise only 3 percent. And how scared is the "dumb-watch" industry?
It hurts when a company invests time, money and resources to train new hires, and then sees them walk out the door for a few dollars. It can be a huge and demoralizing loss for the culture and the profits of a company.
Do you think job candidates are willing to work for three months on a contract before being hired full-time?
The big news may turn out to be Apple Pay, which aims to replace the wallet. A small business tries to shake up the insurance industry. And Denny's scores a marketing coup.
Janska's owner said she would hire at least 10 more qualified sewers right now if she could find them.
Why operating cash flow is more important than net profit. Can gas pumps be smart?