Small Businesses Struggle With Year-End Payment Problems, Survey Shows
By Rieva Lesonsky The end of the year is a good time for small and midsize business owners who benefit from U.S. consumers
How A Tough Year For Women Became A Great Year For Feminist Etsy
Smashing the patriarchy one slogan tee at a time.
Innovation, Entrepreneurship And Health Care Reform
Protecting the United States’ leadership in innovation is a priority Americans can agree upon. As political discussions on
Silicon Valley Veteran Says Tech Giants 'More Powerful Than AT&T Ever Was'
“We have more and more concentrated power and wealth," Sam Altman said.
Americans Are Gravely Mistaken About The 'Death Tax'
The estate tax only applies to the richest 0.2 percent of households.
The GOP Tax Plan Is Not As Simple As They Say
A business tax cut could open a big loophole for wealthy filers to use.
Justice Gorsuch, Stand With Employers Who Respect The Law
The upcoming Supreme Court case will decide whether big corporations can use arbitration clauses to take away workers’ rights to band together to challenge employer wrongdoing i...
Think Small Business To Help America's Middle And Working Classes Win Big
In spite of a rebounding and more robust economy, many in the lower middle and working classes remain anxious and concerned
A Small Business Owner Changes Business Model To Help People In His Community
The power for change is within all of us.