Not only are businesses less likely to even start in a state with high licensing costs, but when they do, they stay smaller than they would otherwise be.
The East of Eden Cannabis Co. lawsuit filed Friday in Superior Court in Santa Cruz County comes as the latest development in a thorny legal fight over who decides where pot can be delivered in California, the nation's largest legal marijuana market.
High-skilled immigration is one of our best weapons to keep the American economy strong and ensure we maintain our economy’s superiority over countries like China.
This fintech company is helping to transform the payment processing industry.
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The simple fact is that small-dollar lenders serve people that mainstream lenders, for one reason or another, turn away.
A Milwaukee-based model train company is worried that the additional $300 million in new tariffs on China will cripple its business.
Location is an important factor when it comes to opening a new business, and which state entrepreneurs choose to start a new venture can have a major impact.
Overall, six components in the index fell in June.
You have to be more creative than your bigger rivals.
Former investment banker Carol Roth, Capitalist Pig Hedge Fund manager Jonathan Hoenig, 1 Empire Group’s John Burnett and MAXFunds.com founder Jonas Max Ferris on how small businesses are being affected by Facebook’s new crackdown on advertisements.
Trends show near tripling of job openings across multiple low-skill sectors since 2010. So why are positions going unfilled?
This 13-year-old entrepreneur from Lansdowne, Pennsylvania is building a successful business in the so-called social media influencer age.
Thirstie CEO Devaraj Southworth on how his company helps brands sell alcohol directly to consumers.
Southern California greenhouses have been taken over by marijuana, said Sonny Perdue.
'It’s a great year for the economy, people are spending money, the restaurants are bustling but finding part-time employees is terrible this year,' said Butch Yamali.
SPERGO Founder Trey Brown on what inspired him to start his own clothing line.
It doesn’t get any better than this, said NFIB CEO.
A year and a half after starting the company, Love Your Melon reached its goal of giving a hat to virtually every child in the country with cancer.
Survey respondents cited salary costs as the top reason to not hire four times more than any other reason.