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What Small Business Owners Should Know About Wrongful Termination Lawsuits

Award amounts can range from $5,000 to $80,000. Many claims are settled by employers to avoid damage to the company's reputation.

Brian Hughes

These City Programs Are Giving Minority- and Women-Owned Businesses Access to Capital

If you're an entrepreneur in Minneapolis, Atlanta or New York, these programs could help fund your business idea.

Gregg Bishop

Why Entrepreneurs Should Be More Worried About Uber Than AB5

Small-business owners have much more to lose when it comes to California's confusing law change.

Bruce Willey

More Than 150,000 U.S. Small-Business Websites Could Be Infected With Malware at Any Given Moment. Here's How to Protect Yours.

Small-business victims were involved in 43 percent of data breaches over the course of a year, according to a recent report.

Hayden Field

3 Reasons Your Small Business Should Go Cashless

The debate continues, but there's plenty to be said for prioritizing mobile payments.

Syed Balkhi

Keep These 4 Things in Mind Before Selling Your Small Business

Knowing your value, seeking guidance and other keys to a meaningful transaction.

John Boitnott

How Accessibility Can Make (or Break) Your Small-Business Website

If you've yet to have familiarize yourself with web accessibility, now's the time to make it a priority.

Aimee Tariq

Want to Start a Business? Ask Yourself Why.

Sometimes your success depends on why you are starting a business in the first place.

Abdo Riani

5 Tips for Expanding Your Small Business (The Right Way)

The best path to growth can be learning from others' missteps.

Syed Balkhi

5 Most Common Red Flags Entrepreneurs Should Know Before Signing a Commercial Real Estate Lease in New York

It's exciting to find a home for your business, but here's what experts say you should know before you sign that commercial real estate lease.

Hayden Field