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The Save American Workers Act would move the definition of full-time employment to 40 hours and require businesses to provide health insurance to fewer workers.
Bubbles are not always bad. Seven industries are about to explode. And answers to frequently asked social media questions.
"Before we had to look at a calendar to see when changes would get done," said the chief executive of TPR Media. "Now we look at a stopwatch."
Jonathan Nelson's incubator grew out of Hackers and Founders, an organization that provides a way for Silicon Valley entrepreneurs to meet.
Why content marketing is hot. A new invoicing tool. And business owners who can't answer a simple question about their businesses may be in trouble.
Alison Chung's gift for numbers has helped her build a consulting firm that specializes in computer forensics.
But how significant will those increases be?
Advertising on a small budget. Arizona's bill allowing businesses not to serve certain people. And the sudden popularity of jersey No. 98.
We changed our policy to build our shipping expenses into our quotes. But how do we explain this in our ads?
As we were walking through the dark house, it occurred to me that I had no idea what game my potential client was playing; I just knew that I was losing.
A guide to social media etiquette. How to reduce employee absence. And how a very smart Girl Scout sells 117 boxes of cookies in two hours.
To raise money, businesses have to give back something of value, but every dollar given back is one less dollar that goes toward the goal.
Big dumb company disease. Five benefits that employees would like to receive. Why Colorado is expecting a tax bonanza.
That leads to a discussion of how important it is for a business to grow.
Unlocking entrepreneurship. Why Facebook may NOT have paid too much. And have you met Entrepreneur Barbie?
The right hidden metric can give you early warning of a problem in the making.
The best business credit cards. How Converse uses social media. Why one owner in Illinois is closing her business.
TPR Media used to grow 30 percent a year -- until the growth stopped. What should the owner do?
Ati Okelo Williams, owner of a real estate agency in the nation's capital, says she is not used to feeling fearful.
Female entrepreneurs went into the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program with average salaries that were 80 percent those of their male counterparts.