News and Articles About Jobs
While revenues rise among small businesses, the latest payroll numbers show the smallest increase in hiring in seven months.
Even as the pace of hiring eases, small businesses continue to haul the job train along. Is your business hiring?
Still looking for your true calling? Author Nicholas Lore on how to discover satisfaction and success.
A bipartisan bundle of legislation aimed at increasing entrepreneurs' ability to access capital sailed through the House, but has been slowed down in the Senate.
The Presidential candidates will likely add to their reform agendas in the weeks ahead. But here's a look at the candidates' existing small-business tax plans.
The package of bills aims to increase access to funding for entrepreneurs.
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 initiative by Starbucks and Opportunity Finance Network is pouring small-business funding into private lending institutions
The President's rejection of the Keystone XL Pipeline project will have a dampening effect on a number of small businesses.
Even before the nation added 200,000 new jobs in December, business owners were starting to feel more upbeat about 2012. Here's how to take advantage of that warm, fuzzy feeling.
Last year was bleak for many small businesses, but sales, along with hiring, appear to be on their way up. Here's a look at some of the factors that could affect staffing plans -- for betteror worse -- in 2012.
Consider this look at the impact franchised businesses have on the U.S. economy -- and how doughnuts may be just what we need to rebound from the recession.
The coming year will see modest growth for the franchise sector, according to the International Franchise Association's annual forecast for 2012.
Former Army major turned entrepreneur describes why he thinks veteran-owned businesses are a worthwhile investment.
Eliminating a planned tax on government contractors is viewed as good news by business groups. But will it spur the hoped-for hiring?
For the men and women of the U.S. military, starting a business in this economy can be tricky. Here are the government programs that aim to help veterans strike out on their own.
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.
Small businesses create most of the jobs, we've often been told. But is it true? See which two types of businesses have been adding jobs, according to new data.
Small business owners have long panned practices like bailing out giant companies and paying inordinate sums to Wall Street bankers. But now, they're doing something about it.
Need a nudge to hire a new employee? The financial software company is offering funding to small businesses that create jobs.
To help stimulate the economy, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services plans to tap industry experts and entrepreneurs for advice.
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?
For small towns across the U.S. to grow again after the worst recession since the Great Depression, here's a suggestion: Ask entrepreneurs for help.
While some block sidewalks on Wall Street and elsewhere, other unemployed citizens are going in a more productive direction: They're starting businesses.
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.