The New Tax Landscape
The fiscal-cliff deal brought certainty on a number of tax provisions that affect small business.
Ways and Means Proposes Permanent Break for Small Biz
Preserving deductions for capital expenditures could help small businesses plan for a growth future.
Waiting for the Crowd’s Cash
With the anniversary of the JOBS Act fast approaching, the SEC still has not released the rules that will make equity crowdfunding possible. But when it does, these entrepreneurs will be ready.
As mobile apps begin to transform the operational and financial foundations of the taxi business, fleet operators fight to preserve their traditional business model.
Dog Breath Goes Viral
How Orabrush’s CFO is using YouTube to grow a business based on bad dog breath.
Inside the Sequester: “Everything’s Ground to a Halt”
While some are sanguine about the economic impact of the sequester, one midsize government contractor is already feeling the blow.
Sequestration: Growth Juice for Alternative Lenders?
As politicians posture, small business faces a looming working capital crisis. But it may be a crisis with a hidden benefit: the emergence of a greater variety of ways to get access to cash.
Yahoo Boss to Employees: Get Back to Work!
CEO Marissa Mayer ordered her remote workers back to the office to improve collaboration at the legendary but floundering Internet portal. But is she reaching for the wrong lever to pull her company out of its long downward slide?
Asset-Based Loans: Not Your Father’s Pawn Shop
With credit still tight, small-business people look to leverage their assets to obtain start-up and operating cash.
Factors Funding Digital Firms’ Invoices
Caught in a cash squeeze, emerging media companies are borrowing against their receivables to gain working capital.