News and Articles About Barack Obama
Small businesses and entrepreneurs were mentioned just six times in Obama's speech. We examine how often past presidents have put them in the spotlight.
An inside look at five entrepreneurs reaping political publicity, as the presidential hopefuls put them in the spotlight on the campaign trail.
Failure to meet an agreement over reducing the nation's debts could trigger a spate of spending cuts that could carry implications for small businesses.
The Jobs Act didn't pass muster with Congress, so Barack Obama has issued some proposals without legislation. See what's in the works for small businesses.
President Obama announced a number of federal student loan reducing measures, which may also benefit entrepreneurs.
The Senate spiked President Barack Obama's American Jobs Act. Now the question is: What may be salvaged from the bill that could still help small business?
In the President's LinkedIn Town Hall, Barack Obama answered many questions about how to help the unemployed. But some small-business owners say he didn't discuss their needs enough.
President Barack Obama is currently taking questions on LinkedIn. The request brought more than 700 comments within hours, and lots of them aren't very polite.
The age-old patent system is set to be reformed. Here's how the new law might change how or whether you get a patent.
Even as Congress considers which if any of the President's jobs measures to pass, some of his proposals are already gaining traction.
Between cutting payroll taxes and speeding up payments to federal contractors, the President's latest plan to boost jobs, if passed, would also give a lift to small businesses.
President Obama is expected to propose offering to trim the amount of payroll taxes employers pay. Here are five things business owners can expect if it passes.
How can we get the economy back on track and create jobs? Here are six ideas from the President, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and others.
The Obama administration's new effort to trim inefficient practices and wasteful spending might help small businesses the most.
For most people, cursing in public is a no-no. But for entrepreneurs, doing so sparingly can breed positive feelings and trust.
New help on the way for small-business owners as the Obama administration works to keep the recovery from heading back into a nosedive.
The White House's listening tour elicits surprising results from Boulder, Colo., entrepreneurs.
Entrepreneurial veterans get a boost from a new federal initiative that includes a focus on helping veterans seeking to start or grow a business.
The U.S. leaders who have done the most -- and least -- for entrepreneurs
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