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By Timothy Brown For the Sun-News Left to right: WNMU's Small Business Development Center business advisor Dora Alvarez, administrative assistant to the vice president for WNMU's external affairs Christine Staley, Curl Up & Dye Salon owner Kelly Trinkle-Thai, Mayor Mike Morones, Silver City MainStreet Chair Lucy Whitmarsh, director of WNMU's Small ... (more)
Paid search can be a minefield for small businesses, and any time Google announces a big change to the AdWords platform, people tend to freak out - including experienced search marketers who really should know better.
Careful what you clap for: New SBA Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet praised an export assistance program that President Barack Obama has targeted for elimination.
A new Bank of England report has found that business lending contracted by 500 million in the three months to February Business lending continued to shrink in the three months to February despite the improving economy, according to a Bank of England report.
As part of the Obama Administration's new "Made in Rural America" export and investment initiative, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced the creation of a new investment fund that will help propel the growth of small businesses across rural America.
Former civil engineer Brad Booysen is the founder and CEO of Storkk , a software applications company that helps lawyers and other professionals plan and manage their professional development.
John Huettemann III of Woodridge, left, Raheem Ward and Otis Bunting of Passaic working at the warehouse of JJ&K Distributors of Moonachie.
Small business loans are hard to come by these days. Not as hard to come by as they were during the recession, but still more elusive than before the economy collapsed.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York says a third of small businesses in tri-state Superstorm Sandy disaster areas reported financial losses a year later.
Tom Scarangello, general manager of the Richmond Valley-based Scaran Oil, says 25 years ago the company made 40 deliveries per day.
The fluctuating loonie may actually have little impact on most Canadian businesses, suggests a new survey by the Bank of Montreal .
In many ways, the ingredients you need to start a small business haven't changed much over the years.
Maureen Litter is throwing her hat into the political arena in the hope of helping small businesses and the farming community.
Accountants and doctors could benefit, too. And farmers and car dealers and architects.
He's one of many local entrepreneurs who have become more optimistic lately, according to data from multiple sources.