More than a dozen big retailers will stay open for the holiday, although many stores are giving workers a break
When your income fluctuates, it can be hard to plan for the future -- here's how to make it easier
Brutal, bitter presidential campaign has weakened the linchpin of Republican nominee's business empire: his brand
Pushing through challenges -- from losing a big client to handling a sudden expense -- is part of owning a business
Owner of small manufacturer in Wisconsin says his aim was a "memorable" gift, and employees were trained on gun safety
Matthew Whitaker tied to shuttered Florida advisory firm fined $26 million for allegedly stiffing would-be inventors
After Christie Desir won Miss Universe Haiti, she turned to community development and "kicking down doors"
In 2008, college student June Zhang nearly died from septic shock. Now, she runs a web-based health and wellness business.
Starting a small business can feel like a leap into the void, but plenty of help is available if you know where to find it
In evacuation mode, college town of Chapel Hill, N.C., shuts down during prime money-making time for local merchants
Demand is growing for Robin Bell's projections of slogans like "Resist" onto the Trump Hotel and other buildings
The EU is retaliating with a 25 percent tariff on U.S. denim, but smaller manufacturers may suffer the most
Despite legalization, criminal trafficking of marijuana remains a problem in parts of the U.S.
The shared office space industry - providing community for freelancers and small business operators, as well as perks like games and tap rooms - has attracted 1.5 million customers worldwide
Beginning this fall, students at Indiana's Purdue University can earn a minor in fermentation
Bid to boost earnings cheered by investors, but certain to be less welcome by those peddling their wares on platform
California owner says she's being trolled and demands the search giant do something about it
A Californian known for his record-setting gourds hopes growing cannabis seedlings will help him make ends meet
The surprise recovery of brick-and-mortar sellers of printed books may hold lessons for other small retailers