Small Business

Patrick Flynn launched GoLocal Suites, which provides fully furnished rental suites where nearly everything inside is made in America.

Kate Rogers reports on how small businesses are preparing for Small Business Saturday.

Ever have one of those days when you just want to smash something? Well, you’re not alone and it’s the idea behind a successful business.

The tax cuts and deregulation efforts of President Donald Trump and the Republican-led Congress led to more sales, hiring and investment, according to a survey by the National Federation of Independent Business.

While many businesses argue tariffs hurt American businesses and lead to higher costs, companies like American Keg are asking that they be extended to more products.

Bolstered by a strong economy, small-business confidence is continuing to climb to record levels, even in the face of a potential trade war and an increasingly tight job market, according to the latest report from CNBC and SurveyMonkey.

Kate Rogers has the story of a businesswoman who fought back when her company was hit by an influx of cheap products from China.

Sentiment among Main Street’s business owners is among the highest its ever been thanks to positive earnings trends and strong prospects for expansion. However, business owners say finding skilled workers is a top issue. Kate Rogers reports.

As the threat of a trade war looms, Kate Roger takes a look at the concerns of some small business owners in the U.S.

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.