In what smacks of election year politics, the White House has proposed a series of tax breaks to help small businesses. But is it too little too late?
Imagine that instead of charging set prices, your local restaurant simply asked you to pay what you feel your meal is worth. And how would your payment decision change if you knew that an overpayment would help those who are less fortunate?
The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri recently issued an opinion that could potentially have adverse implications for franchisors seeking future license fees upon early termination of a franchise agreement.
The Senate voted today to continue the filibuster on the Small Business Jobs Act. Are politics getting in the way of relief to small business owners?
From the “truth is stranger than fiction” department: the operators of the website “ThinkGeek.com” were recently served with a cease and desist letter from a law firm representing the National Pork Board, alleging that ThinkGeek was infringing on the trademark “The Other White Meat.” The offending product? “Canned Unicorn Meat.”
Although parts of the country are in recovery, small business continues to suffer due to a lack of available credit. What is being done, and what should be done, to change the situation?