Women are a growing force in the business world, but if they own a company, they may still struggle to get a loan from a bank.
The nation's oldest cutlery manufacturer has filed for bankruptcy after 177 years of making knives and other kitchen tools.
Taxes are a big deal—especially for small business owners. The IRS can end up taking more than 50% of your Schedule C profit in ordinary income taxes and self-employment taxes....
Finance & Accounting
Is a crowdfunding business loan right for you? Here is advice.
everal states will be holding Sales Tax Holidays in August, many this very weekend! But if you think that the sales tax holidays are just for back-to-school shopping – think...
When you incorporate your business, you create a new separate entity, and in the eyes of the IRS, you become an employee of the corporation. And this move means you must go on...
Traditionally a field dominated by technology and biotechnology, venture investors have developed an appetite for food.
If you’re part of an accelerator or startup, the SEC just granted you a new way to approach funding in 2014: the right to solicit a broader range of investors.
Rather than using traditional loans to fund their businesses, the majority of small business owners dig into their own bank accounts to keep their companies afloat.
European Union ambassadors are meeting to discuss a dramatic toughening of the trade bloc's sanctions against Russia.
Entity selection is a big decision new small business owners must make, and the decision to incorporate comes with tax ramifications.
Brooklyn Roasting Co. has a booming business based on helping people thousands of miles away.
Small business loans have gotten a bad reputation over the years. Business owners tend to feel that it's impossible to qualify for such a loan, and even if they do, the process...
GOVERNMENT AND INSTITUTIONS
Women who own small business are still far behind their male counterparts when it comes to getting loans and government contracts, a congressional report said Wednesday.
Urban Compass, a New York-based real estate site which matches buyers with brokers, has raised $40 million in venture financing, as it looks to expand to new regions.