Buddy DiFonzo isn't sure what he'll buy at his company's holiday party. That's right, what he'll buy — the celebration, a company-sponsored shopping spree, will be at an upscale Dallas mall. Read more »
The budding entrepreneurs wear blue sweat pants labeled "prisoner" and huge, flapping blue shirts. Their doors are triple locked, and lunch is a stale peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Complicating... Read more »
The parades and carnivals that draw people to downtown areas across the country this holiday season will be more than big celebrations. They're part of a strategy to get shoppers into small stores. Read more »
Utah-based company Vivint, which specializes in home automation services, has been ranked second for job creation nationally by Inc. magazine. Read more »
A little humility in the young is always appreciated, right? Read more »
Wednesday is Boss's Day, and while I never expected to be a boss, I'm grateful now for managers who gave me opportunities and helped me learn the ropes. Read more »
I’m on the job market. The last job I had was an unqualified disaster because of company culture and lack of commitment to the alleged goals of my position. What can I do to be sure that the... Read more »
A government shutdown would have far-reaching consequences for some, but minimal impact on others. Read more »
Google continues to innovate Internet searching with the release of "Hummingbird" — as it also looks to innovate in other ways such as self-driving cars and brain implants. Read more »
Veterans bring a sense of discipline, self-confidence and maturity to the workplace. That's just three of the five good reasons to hire vets. Read more »
A critical date is approaching for small business owners: Starting Oct. 1, they must make decisions about employee health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. Read more »
This week’s “Ask the Mompreneur” features an interview with Elizabeth Crowell, owner of the Sterling Place retail chain and e-commerce website. After several profitable years in... Read more »
Find mentors who will tell you the truth about how your business is doing. Read more »
LaJuanna Russell has lost a third of her revenue and about half of her staff to federal budget cuts. The budget cuts, known as sequestration, slashed Russell's $3 million in revenue by $1 million.... Read more »
Running a fashion franchise and winning the Global Student Entrepreneur Award while carrying a full college course load was not an easy feat for 28-year-old Chelsea Sloan, co-founder of Uptown... Read more »
Here's an important tip for my fellow managers in cubicle country: be flexible, but be prepared for the consequences. If you allow telecommuting, those consequences may include jealousy. Read more »
President Barack Obama is extending a new proposal to Republicans that he hopes will break the political gridlock on budget negotiations, offering to cut corporate tax rates in exchange for job... Read more »
As hidden fees become more a way of life, rental car places are catching travelers unawares when their options are few. Read more »
A new study by Baylor University scholars of business and sociology found that entrepreneurs pray more frequently, and are more likely to view God as personal and active in their lives. Read more »
Employees who buy into their organization's mission often have greater status and influence than those who do not, according to a new BYU study. Read more »
Virtualization allows businesses to consolidate hardware and physical servers while eliminating the need to buy numerous pieces of equipment to achieve their needs. Read more »
Just like running a small business, riding a motorcycle carries some risk. The attitude my friends and I take to the road could be meaningful to how a small-business owner approaches risk. Read more »
You may not have heard this composer, but you've definitely heard his music. A Utah native is behind some of the sporting world's most well-known tracks. Meet Lisle Moore. Read more »
A recent study finds that women who earn more than their potential spouse are more likely to have negative economic or family outcomes. But attitudes may be changing among young people toward... Read more »
Fields tells clients that registering to do business with the federal government is like getting a driver’s license. Read more »
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