Confidence in the equipment leasing and financing sector is at its highest level in two years.
Natural disasters can have devastating effects on small businesses, and Superstorm Sandy’s impact is still being felt.
A new study shows more businesses purchased cyber insurance policies in 2013.
As business leaders become more confident in the U.S. economy, many are considering increasing company hiring.
The U.S. government is in talks with Pacific and European countries to make trade agreements that could benefit small businesses.
A recent New Radius report shows that small businesses attract other small businesses, resulting in vibrant communities of like-minded owners.
Financial “deserts” in rural areas call for small business owners to turn to nontraditional lenders to start and grow their operations.
Small business owners have been hesitant to adopt mobile technology, which may result in losing out on revenue throughout the coming years.
More small businesses in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania think the coming year will be a good one, with greater ease of getting credit, according to the New York Fed’s biannual Small Business Credit Survey.
The NFIB reported many small-business owners are struggling to make appropriate hires for open positions.