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Despite Access to Credit, Many Business Owners Are Reluctant to Take on Debt
A new survey from Sageworks finds that over 75 percent of small-business owners have never applied for a loan.
Software for Small Businesses Can Help Them Grow, and Be Profitable for You Too
One of the top issues for business owners is finding time, so technology solutions are needed to ease the burden.
With Eye on Small Businesses, Google Gets Into the Domain Registration Game
The new service is aimed at getting more businesses to get online in order to connect with and find new customers.
Why You Should Incorporate Your Information Marketing Business
As the owner of an information marketing business, running it as a sole proprietor may not be your best choice. Here's why incorporating may be a good move for you.
Your Business' Legal Game Plan for the Summer Slowdown
While your company's pace is at a manageable hum, check for overlooked permitting issues and that all operations comply with regulations.
Why Security Should Be Top of Mind When Creating a Business
Because startup founders can be slow to install safeguards against cyber attacks, criminals often target new companies.
The New Legal Economy and What It Means for Small Companies
So far, most of the Internet resources for hiring lawyers have targeted price not quality. But now innovative options are emerging that might shake up the marketplace.
Entrepreneurs are Weakening as Job Creators, But Don't Blame Washington
New-business job creation has declined, and not for the reasons you might think.
Facebook Shares Social Strategies at First-Ever Small Business Boot Camp
Roughly 900 local business owners attended the symposium, marking Facebook's first-ever effort to reach out to entrepreneurs face-to-face.