News and Articles About Economic Recovery
Entrepreneurship is alive and thriving but ill-conceived startups that attracted investors in headier times, not so much.
The nation's 200,000 mid-sized business are an engine of economic growth fueled by talent nurtured to innovate.
Industries that perform well in the midst of economic uncertainty do just fine in good times, too.
With New Orleans Entrepreneur Week underway, the event's co-founder discusses the state of small business in the Big Easy.
2014 looks like the year that employees are finally saying, 'It's time to take care of me.'
With state budgets being cut, former SBA chief Karen Mills discusses how local economic growth does not necessarily need radical innovation to prosper. Rather governors can harness resources of existing institutions and people to attract capital and create jobs.
Fewer Americans Thankful for U.S. Economic Situation Than in the '80s. But They All Love Their Leftovers.
The percentage of adults thankful for the economic situation in the U.S. is lower than in 2010 and about a fifth of what it was in the mid-1980s, according to a new poll.
The latest survey of private-company executives by PricewaterhouseCoopers shows that almost two-thirds of U.S. business owners consider the U.S. economy growing.
Retail sales rose less than expected in June, the latest sign of sluggish economic growth.
Looking to set up shop? Find out where office rent prices are rising the fastest, and where they're falling.
A new survey shows that entrepreneurs in the U.S. are optimistic about domestic business growth.
A Kauffman Foundation report finds entrepreneurship declined last year, with fewer men starting companies.
Economic reports released this week reveal a sharp slowdown in U.S. hiring and labor force participation.
A survey of business owners found that nearly half are more confident than a year ago.
A trio of labor-market reports out this week show that small-business owners added jobs last month.
With the housing market showing new signs of life, it's time to prepare your business to ride the rising tide.
With Hurricane Sandy's impact on small businesses on the East Coast, it's more important than ever to shop locally.
Interest is high in supporting youth entrepreneurship and often seen as a way to help create jobs and turn the economy. But a closer look at the issues shows that these notions may be little more than wishful thinking.
Business owners have been hit harder than others in the Great Recession, largely due to their greater share of home-equity debt. Here's what's needed for a small-business recovery.
SBA Administrator Karen G. Mills travels the U.S. talking with business owners and bankers. She says she's hearing more talk of expansion compared with three years ago.
Evidence is growing that the nation's small companies may be on a comeback.
A new survey shows more than half of small-business owners believe the U.S. economy is backsliding.
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