News and Articles About Election 2012
Barack Obama won his reelection bid last night. See what his second term holds for small businesses.
It's often hard to pigeonhole a generation of business owners, but as a voting block they do seem to come together -- at least on one issue.
Starting a Business
On Election Day, serial entrepreneur Steve Blank takes a moment to remember why freedom of speech, expression and thought are critical to entrepreneurship.
Starting a Business
Here's our synopsis of where Barack Obama and Mitt Romney stand on 10 issues of importance to America's entrepreneurs.
Ready To Launch
Backed by Silicon Valley heavyweights, Votizen co-founder Jason Putorti talks to us about changing the future of campaigning.
Entrepreneurs can learn a lot (or not) about dressing to impress from Barack Obama,
Mitt Romney, Joe Biden and Paul Ryan.
In their final debate, the presidential candidates laid out aggressive stances on China in a debate Monday that focused on foreign-policy issues.
Control What You Can
Mitt Romney has urged business owners to tell their employees how they plan to vote.
With the final debate tonight and the election right around the corner, follow these tips when mentioning politics on social media.
No matter who wins in November, our next president must work to get small-business health-care costs under control, writes Shelly Sun, co-founder of the BrightStar Care franchise.
Sparks flew Tuesday as the presidential candidates parried over taxes, health care and other issues that impact how and when entrepreneurs hire.
The presidential election is a wake-up call for the main event: Tackling America's out-of-control debt problem, the EverBank co-founder writes.
Joe Biden and Paul Ryan touch on the role of small businesses in economic recovery but stop short of outlining entrepreneurship policies.
This election season, your employees may quarrel over candidates. Labor attorney Robin E. Shea offers tips, plus a free example of a harassment policy.
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