The damage they sustained could be fatal, especially if their insurance claims get denied for any of several reasons
CEO Kenneth Chenault says he expects small businesses will continue to build on the 50 percent of the work force they already command
If you're a small-business owner, you’ll definitely want to know how the IRS comes down on this decision
In business, the difference between success and failure often comes down to this gauge of profitability
Following sale to Univision, online media company bankrupted by wrestler's lawsuit is pulling the plug on flagship website
More small businesses are recognizing that mobile not only needs to be part of their strategy but may need to be the primary marketing focus
Moon Express, the first company approved to fly to Earth's natural satellite, will start with lunar burials
The Fed using interest rates to steer economy is like cooking on an electric stove -- it takes time to feel a change in heat
Companies large and small are holding promotions that cater to fans of the hit augmented reality game
Vote to leave EU is already taking a toll on some small U.S. businesses, with canceled tour bookings in New York; reduced orders from U.K.
Is the Internal Revenue Service targeting the legalized marijuana industry with additional scrutiny?
Some small business owners say the massacre at a gay dance club in Orlando gives them an impetus to make their businesses more inclusive
Donning a small business owner's hat later in life can be rewarding, but it comes with a certain degree of risk
Stores had been shutting down for decades, largely because of competition from Amazon.com and from the superstore chains
As their overall pessimism grows, uncertainty about a new president is the group's second-biggest future concern
Furniture market boycott is one of a number of protests spurred by the new law enacted last month
Sixteen-year-old Maya Penn's resume includes CEO of a clothing company, environmental activism, computer programming, and author of "You Got This!"
Provider of early-childhood learning aids is accused of continuing to make deceptive claims about what its products can do
Although most forecasters think the economy is on solid ground, some states are already shaky