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SMALL businesses owners are being urged to take a look at restrictive covenants in employment contracts to avoid potential legal pitfalls in 2014.
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U.S. Sen. Patty Murray announced Tuesday an agreement with the U.S. Treasury Department to make tax credits available to Washington businesses that buy insurance outside of the exchange.
New Zealand could be described as a nation of sole-traders, with the vast majority of New Zealand businesses run by a sole owner-operator.
U.S. Representative Richard Hanna says that small businesses and everyday consumers are getting hurt by the law the imposes new rules on how many hours commercial truck drivers can spend on the road.
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Basso Design Group, the Troy-based digital marketing agency, this week announced a new product division for the small business sector.
If your New Year's resolution is to open a cupcake shop or create a mobile application to share cupcake recipes, small business advocates say Congress has work to do to make that process easier.
The White House may be breathing a little easier lately on ObamaCare, having weathered the initial storms of a still-dysfunctional website and the cancellation of millions of individual policies.
AS part of the Small Business Saturday campaign last weekend, the Federation of Small Businesses invited Peter Luff MP to join two of the FSB's newest members - Ian Wiper and his son Laurence of the Regal Cinema.
As we approach the end of December, it's a good time to assess how your business and marketing performed in 2013.
Daytona Beach, FL December 17, 2013 The chairman of the House Budget Committee, Paul Ryan, proposes a compromise for the federal budget.
Mr. Hullander said, "Today I'm announcing my candidacy for re-election to the position of Hamilton County Trustee.
Kelly Bozzone, owner of Zabbana , a boutique business, which she runs as a sole trader.
The topic this week of one man/woman bands toiling away all year, to take their only holiday when everyone else is away at Christmas, is one close to my heart.
Banks operate in a cosy environment in Canada, writes Sun business columnist Don Cayo, so they should serve a broad range of customers - even those who don't generate a lot of revenue.
Small employers seeking health insurance for their workers are caught in a confusing morass.
Corporations have become masters at both avoiding taxes and gaming states and municipalities for financial gain to their bottom lines.