Small Banks More Likely to Give Businesses the Funds They Need, Fed Says
Business owners were more positive in 2015, but cash flow and retaining good employees remain large concerns.
Wall Street Dreads a Fed Rate Hike but Entrepreneurs Shouldn't Worry
The smallest businesses that most need financing rarely qualify for a standard bank loan. An uptick in interest rates doesn't change that.,
New Locations Are Being Opened, But By Established Businesses
The fall in new company starts does not necessarily mean that the American economy is less dynamic than it used to be, or that Americans are opening up new establishments at a lower rate than they did in the late 1970s.
Baby, It's Cold Outside, But Your Customers Will Return
Customers tend to stay home in extreme weather conditions like the U.S. is now facing. But data show they are more likely to come back during cold snaps like this one.
Obama Nominates Janet Yellen to Head Federal Reserve
President Obama nominated Janet Yellen, who currently serves as vice chair of the Federal Reserve, to serve as the central bank's next chairman.