President-elect Joe Biden is seeking to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour as part of his massive $1.9 trillion coronavirus stimulus proposal, which could deal another financial blow to small businesses already struggling during the pandemic.
Peter McManus Cafe owner Justin McManus discusses being selected to get help from The Barstool Fund.
Atilis Gym co-owner Ian Smith gives an update on his business’ ongoing fight with the state of New Jersey over coronavirus restrictions.
All financial institutions with $1 billion or less in assets are able to reopen their PPP lending programs on Friday.
Boss Dog Brand owner Basel Nassar on offering Greek-style frozen yogurt dog treats to veteran-focused charities.
Disney executive chairman Bob Iger and his wife, Willow Bay, the dean of USC’s Annenberg School, have donated $5 million to help small businesses struggling during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Federalist senior editor Christopher Bedford discusses the grassroots reopening movement taking hold in restaurants.
President-elect Joe Biden wants to guarantee universal paid sick days and expand paid family leave, which may be costly to tax payers. FOX Business' Edward Lawrence with more.
The site of one of two Pea Soup Andersen's restaurants is for sale, hitting the market at $4.7 million.
New York Post columnist Karol Markowicz joins 'Kennedy' to discuss nine months of COVID restrictions in Empire State.
Dolly Lenz Real Estate's Dolly and Jenny Lenz compare how small business and real estate are performing in each state.
Sylvia's Restaurant Owner & New York Forward Reopening Advisory Board Member Tren’ness Woods-Black discusses Gov. Cuomo's handling of the coronavirus pandemic and the impact on the restaurant industry.
December's drop in small business optimism is "historically very large" ...Here's why.
Hellcat Annie’s and Scruffy Duffy’s owner Pat Hughes explains why he’s selling his two New York City bars for 25 bitcoin.
Yelp will now display information about whether a business is enforcing protocols like social distancing and mask-wearing during the pandemic.
The initiative builds upon the company's earlier efforts to support employees and its communities amid a year marked by a pandemic, subsequent economic recession, environmental disasters and nationwide protests drawing attention to systemic racism and police brutality.
A New York City bar owner has put his two Manhattan establishments up for sale for the asking price of 25 bitcoins, telling FOX Business Network Monday that he believes the cryptocurrency is “here to stay.”
Patrick Hughes put his New York City bars, Hellcat Annie’s and Scruffy Duffy’s, up for sale for bitcoin since it's 'so hot.'
The Paycheck Protection Program, a vital lifeline that helped keep pandemic-ravaged small businesses afloat, reopened to applicants on Monday with several key changes put in place.
Patrick Hughes put his New York City bars, Hellcat Annie’s and Scruffy Duffy’s, up for sale for 25 bitcoins.