Women still have a hard time getting small business loans. Sen. Maria Cantwell is determined to close the gap.
The difference between men and women in the workforce might not be as great as previously thought. Read more »
While the U.S. economy showed some signs of improvement last year, many American workers are not feeling these improvements when it comes to their careers, according to a new poll conducted by Op4G... Read more »
Hitachi, an electronics company in Japan, has created a new device that'll give employers and supervisors an easy way to keep track of workers, CNN reported. Read more »
When customers ask us for something, our first inclination is most likely to give it to them. Naturally, our goal is to deliver value to those who pay the bills. And the customer is always right,... Read more »
Both 401(k)s and individual retirement arrangements (IRAs) are investment vehicles that allow you to save for retirement. Read more »
You might think you've stashed away enough money for retirement, but planning for the costs of your post-work years is no simple task. Many workers find themselves confronting hidden costs after... Read more »
I usually eat lunch alone in my cubicle — and quickly — on workdays. A new survey from OfficeTeam shows I'm not alone in my habits. But I might have more productive afternoons if I made... Read more »
Every time I write about flexible schedules and working from home, I receive messages from readers who are eager to tell tales of their own quests for work-life balance. These readers don't always... Read more »
A new Gallup poll looks at how some students hope to start their own business some day. Minorities lead the pack in entrepreneurial spirit. Read more »
Minimum wage may be getting most of the headlines, but other issues that affect small businesses will be debated when state legislatures convene around the country this year. Tax cuts will be high... Read more »
Low interest rates, relatively narrow credit spreads and persistent investor demand all spurred U.S. corporations to issue more than $1 trillion of rated debt in 2013. Read more »
FlexJobs reviewed jobs posted on its site during 2013 and put together a list of the most surprising telecommuting and flexible work opportunities. It's amazing some of the occupations people can... Read more »
Dear Dave, My husband works construction, so we barely scrape by during the winter months. Should we build an emergency fund for the slow times? Cathy Read more »
A cutoff of benefits for the long-term unemployed has left more than 1.3 million Americans with a stressful decision: Read more »
Navy Cmdr. Valerie Overstreet wanted to start a family. But her job as a Navy pilot and the fact that she and her husband, also a naval officer, were stationed in different parts of the country... Read more »
While economists had projected over 200,000 jobs would have been created in December, Friday's report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported on 74,000 new jobs. Unemployment dipped, but only... Read more »
1.3 million people lost unemployment benefits this month. Some think fixing it will cost $25 billion (yes billion) a year. Small business creates two out of every three net new jobs. Maybe we... Read more »
Description of a video from the Pew Research Center that details the persistence of the pay gap between men and women. Read more »
Once you retire, you're likely to need something besides your hobbies to occupy your time. Unfortunately, many people enter their retirement years without determining what their next passion will be. Read more »
Instead of offering yet another list of resolutions for you to consider, allow me to instead suggest some presents you can give your teammates, bosses or direct reports to get 2014 off to a good... Read more »
The end of unemployment checks for more than a million people on Saturday is driving out-of-work Americans to consider selling cars, moving and taking minimum wage work after already slashing... Read more »
More than 1 million Americans are bracing for a harrowing, post-Christmas jolt as extended federal unemployment benefits come to a sudden halt this weekend, entailing potentially significant... Read more »
As he has throughout his tenure as the city's longest-serving police commissioner, Raymond Kelly puts the credit for a record reduction in crime and the absence of a terrorist attack in the dozen... Read more »
Being a missionary is good preparation for doing business in a foreign country, according to an article that ran Tuesday on Forbes.com. Read more »
al law promising an easier process for raising capital has energized entrepreneurs and investors, but many experts are pointing to the caveats. Read more »
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