Politicians, statisticians and economists all have something to say about small business and hiring. Here's what small business owners had to say.
Firing an employee is never easy. But these horror stories teach the following: Always be polite and professional when giving an employee the boot. And if the person getting fired starts to lose it, duck.
We asked 10 small businesspeople the one thing they'd ask President Obama to do to make it easier for them to hire. Below are edited excerpts of their conversations.
Oddball hiring tactics are becoming more prevalent as companies -- big and small -- look for interesting ways to bring on board innovative employees.
Regulation nightmares are keeping many small business owners up at night. Red tape is either adding more costs or gumming up the hiring process. Here's what seven entrepreneurs had to say about it.
These classic cars went for seven figure sums at the world's premier classic car event.
How can movie theaters compete when many prefer to watch streaming video from their own comfy couches? Some hope a new interactive technology will lure audiences with ...
While these events are best known for seven-figure classics, just about everything crosses the block at Pebble Beach.
It's not easy to wrap great looks around a small, inexpensive car. But the designers behind these five models totally nailed it.
London is now cheaper than New York and Hong Kong, according to Savills' latest ranking of residential and office rental costs.
Here are five drop-tops that let you see the sky at a down-to-earth price.
These cars are the most beloved among American drivers based on JD Power's annual survey of new vehicle buyers.
Many graduates from the Indian Institute of Technology have gone on to start and lead global tech companies. Here are a few of the most notable alums.
Carroll Shelby's own very first Shelby Cobra will be sold in August. It's almost certain to be the most valuable American car ever sold.
|iPhone vulnerability used to target journalists, aid workers|
|EpiPen CEO: Blame the 'broken' system, not me|
|What happened to AIDS drug that spiked 5,000%|
|Uber bleeds more than $1 billion in six months|
|States face a $1 trillion public pension shortfall|