News and Articles About Presidential Elections
Howard Schultz is reportedly being urged to run for president. But if he wants to succeed, he needs to better understand his target market.
In business, you don't have to be liked to be successful. In politics, it's crucial.
The tech billionaire apparently has more than just praise for Trump's presidential campaign.
Candidates from both parties believe the road to the oval office is paved with new technologies.
Over the past decade, political discussions have migrated from water coolers and dinner tables to smartphones and social media.
Entrepreneurs can learn a lot (or not) about dressing to impress from Barack Obama,
Mitt Romney, Joe Biden and Paul Ryan.
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Neither candidate has said much about what they would do to help small businesses get the funding they need to run their business.
The Presidential candidates have been stumping for tax reform on the campaign trail, laying out two different approaches. Here's a comparison.
Obama, like Romney, also mentions Steve Jobs in speech -- but as example of what one can become, given the opportunity.
The President says that everybody present when he made his now controversial comment understood what he meant.
Small-business owners were front and center in Tampa, Fla., this week.
Members of 'Internet 2012' will hit the road next month to spread the word about bills they say could threaten free sharing of information online.
As the Presidential campaign takes center stage, here's a look at the issues entrepreneurs care about the most.
But if you want to keep your business going, keep your mouth shut.