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As the Trump administration seeks a rewrite of the NAFTA trade deal with Canada and Mexico, small businesses fear the worst.
Small business advocacy groups are giving mixed reviews on President Trump’s performance thus far.
Small-business owners nationwide speak out on the tax reforms they need to grow and prosper. They hope Trump and the GOP are listening.
Kate Rogers reports on how one start-up is aiming to be the “Uber for children” by providing vetted babysitters on-demand.
Small business had high hopes for Trump’s tax-reform promises. Now entrepreneurs are more cautious — and frustrated.
As the pendulum swings in favor of a higher minimum wage nationwide, businesses in Miami Beach continue to wage a war inside its own city.
Wherever President Trump has higher approval ratings across the US, business owners are more confident about sales and the economy.
Tax reform is a top concern for small businesses in North Carolina and throughout the US. It could boost business expansion.
America’s small-business owners are highly confident about their prospects for the next year and optimistic about the state of the U.S. economy.
Kate Rogers reports on how one company is changing the way you take your meds.
Immigrants are twice as likely as native-born Americans to start their own companies.
The Small Business Administration finds that few young people starting businesses.
While Main Street largely remains optimistic, a new report shows uncertainty has surged, suggesting some uneasiness among small business owners.
Many small businesses are anxiously waiting to see how Trump will act on federal regulations.
The “Shark Tank” investor was appointed presidential ambassador for global entrepreneurship by Obama.