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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.
Shop-owners and entrepreneurs from a swing state weigh in.
The former Wall Street lawyer now offers guests “Wake and Bake” breakfasts and 420 Happy Hours.
Small business optimism is on the rise in the U.S. Entrepreneurs weigh in on how a Trump presidency will affect their businesses next year.
The heightened security around Trump Tower in New York City is hurting some small mom and pop shops. Kate Rogers reports.
Revenue is down 30% on West 56th Street, and shop owners are not happy.
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Kate Rogers talks to small-business owners ahead of Small Business Saturday.
Kate Rogers reports on the concerns facing small business owners and the deregulation changes they hope a Trump administration will bring.
Kate Rogers takes a look at what it takes to become a performer for Cirque du Soleil.
Kate Rogers reports the story of one woman who quit her day job to make millions in the horror space.
Kate Rogers reports on how Baltimore is turning to start-ups to spark growth in the Charm City.
Bec Koop owns Buds & Blossoms, specializing in pot-infused weddings. Her motto? “Straight from your bouquet to your bowl.”
Kate Rogers reports from the Inc. 5000 Conference on two fast growing private companies.