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After 45 years in the suit-making business, Balani Custom Clothiers has a new name and a new plan to attract a younger, hipper clientele.
Thanks to new business, a custom boat-building company is hiring again after a round of layoffs.
Government incentives helped save Kokomo, Ind., a town that once teetered on the brink of extinction during the economic downturn.
'Help Wanted' signs are popping up all over, but small business owners say they still feel the impact of the financial downturn.
A former Wall Street banker gets laid off from his job and opens the Breuckelen Distilling Company.
The Let's Be Frank hot dog truck is no longer a cash only business thanks to the Square application.
After nearly shutting down 20 years ago, Sanders Candy grows once again after retuning to its original look, feel and taste.
Guerilla Internet marketing and teaming up with local businesses keep a gondolier in Long Beach, Calif., afloat.
A former trucker changes gears on his career and rediscovers his gift as a deejay.
Brian Gillett needed some extra money to put his son through private school, so he developed an iPhone app that helps users find a nearby mailbox.
The Avon Old Farms Inn attracts its customers with affordable menu options and live music.
The owner of Beach Lake Bread turned to a job training program to expand her staff without spending extra dough.
As large architecture firms cut staff, a small firm lowers its overhead by hiring laid-off architects as consultants.
String maker D'Addario implements Lean manufacturing practices to keep jobs in the U.S and boost their bottom line.
Makers of this all-purpose astringent are always trying to conjure up new marketing tactics.
Second generation helps organic hair care company boost their bottom line.
A furniture store in Montclair, NJ created an online community of local store owners to help sustain its business during the recession.
Idea Village, a business resource group that helped entrepreneurs after Katrina, helps them thrive during the recession.
A sportswear company recovers from a devastating flood with support from Major League Baseball and the community.
Princeton Air fought the housing downturn by turning the company toward sustainable building.
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