News and Articles About Federal Government
The government is sitting on a proposed bill that will open up new sources of financing for entrepreneurs everywhere.
Uncle Sam: If at first you dont succeed, hire former Google wizard and HealthCare.gov resurrector Mikey Dickerson to clean up your mess. Again.
Bitcoin buyer beware. The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau cautions consumers about the risks of investing in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has a hang-up with in-flight calls, perhaps enough to put an official kibosh on them and soon.
President Obama has signed an executive order to expand eligibility for income-based repayment plans.
The Secret Service is looking for new social-media monitoring tools, to among other things, help determine sarcasm.
Everyone's buzzing about Rep. Steve Stockman's plan to submit a bill declaring Bitcoin a currency, but this isn't the first time the politician has whipped up a stir.
In a historic ruling, the IRS said Bitcoin is property, not currency, and will be taxed as such. Here's what you need to know.
It just might be. Here's how to win one at a local, state or federal level.
The latest U.S. currency denomination to get a redux by the Fed is the $100. Here's a look at what to expect from the new bill.
The White House released its fiscal year 2014 budget proposal today. Here's a look at what's in it for small-business owners and entrepreneurs.
The Small Business Administration's budget has to be chopped by 5 percent across the board as a result of forced budget cuts.
The federal government is the largest buyer of goods or services in the U.S. Here is what you need to do to prepare for doing business with it.
The SBA reports that it has tried to increase the share of federal dollars going to small businesses by implementing new contracting provisions. Unfortunately, it doesn't appear to be working.
Lawmakers moved to extend and expand two key small business research programs facing expiration this week. See what changes may come down the pike.
The market's plunge could trip up already hobbled small businesses.
As the political bickering over the nation's debts goes on, business owners may be wondering how a default could affect them.
The Treasury Department recently opened the spigot on the $30 billion Small Business Loan Fund. But is it too little, too late?
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