BizBuySell analysts attribute the growth to a growing number of Baby Boomers exiting their business as well as improving business financials.
In an era of mistrust, Americans still trust the “institution” of small business.
Recent research suggests that people believe negative reviews more than positive ones — despite their questionable credibility.
Americans are expected to spend $6.9 billion on food for Fourth of July cookouts and picnics this year.
Information on the application process for becoming an Amazon Delivery Service Partner.
Among individuals ages, 37-57 (Generation Xers) 75% of those surveyed had the dream of opening a small business.
Yes, businesses close. But at a rate less than you may be led to believe. (Links to business survival statistics in all 50 states and by industries.)
More than any other generation, Millennials believe there is more job security in owning your own business than in working for someone else.
How to be a power-searcher of Twitter. An in-depth guide to the ways you can quickly discover what is being tweeted anywhere at any time.
Success is all about what you can accomplish right now, starting today.
Follow these suggestions and you’ll discover you don’t actually need to look at screens ten hours each day.
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After serving their country, many U.S. military veterans start and run their own businesses.
An RSS reader app can save you time, turn down the noise of the web and keep you from having to go out to look for the news that should be coming to you automatically
Homeland Security provides free courses, materials, and workshops to better prepare your business to deal with an active shooter situation.
SmallBusiness.com Guides help you go deep into the information you need right now.
Tech adoption grows, but a surprising number of small businesses are clinging onto paper.
A comparison of characteristics and demographics between those who own small businesses and those who do not
Small business data sources provided by U.S. federal government sources.
From “What is a small business?” to “How do most small businesses get funded?” the 20 most asked questions about small business.