Last week, President Barack Obama visited the loading area of a construction company in Rockville, Md., and spoke on the effect the government shutdown is having on small business.
Most entrepreneurs need to budget carefully for the first few years of owning a startup.
The end of 2013 is coming, and with it the flurry of end-of-the-year holidays that tend to demand time and attention.
Despite the intricacy of one's business plan or the relative success of a product in beta tests, startups can sometimes do poorly.
Entrepreneurs come from a variety of backgrounds and tackle many different problems.
Forbes recently named Virginia the best state for business.
With the U.S. government shutdown as of midnight on Sept. 30, many areas of American life will feel the impact.
Entrepreneurs whose startups are experiencing rapid growth may find themselves with considerable profits.
According to a recent study in the Journal of Environmental Studies, renewable energy technologies are a cost-effective way to provide power.
The Wall Street Journal recently ran a piece on the U.S. government financing renewable energy technologies.