At the beginning of a new year, it's customary to take stock of one's life, work and industry at large.
Last year was one of relatively little innovation in the technology sector, according to The Washington Post.
New research continues to show the key role mobile devices play in modern life.
Cutting expenses can seem like an attractive way to increase profits and free up money for growth, however entrepreneurs should think carefully before slashing their budgets.
The trends in the tech industry in Santa Clara County will determine much of its economic landscape in the new year.
California's economy remains convalescent, despite the slowed growth that came in 2013 from Federal policy changes, the sequester and the government shutdown.
Most entrepreneurs will be looking to increase their revenues in 2014, and the end of the year is an ideal time to wind down and take a look at the big picture of a business.
As 2013 draws to a close, many entrepreneurs are sitting down to review how it went and plan for next year.
This year was the fourth in a row of year-over-year improvement in the Thomson Reuters/PayNet Small Business Lending Index, which measures the volume of commercial loans made to small firms.
FICO, one of the major bureaus that provides credit scores, will be partnering with credit management companies to make small-business scores available to founders.