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In the last year, more U.S. small businesses were giving employees the boot rather than hiring, a recent survey found. The Wells Fargo/Gallup Small Business Index survey reported a net hiring index of -12 in April, down from -9 for the same period the...
Dr. Anthony LaVacca's business, Naperville Dental Specialists and General Oral Health Care, was the 2013 winner of the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year Award. The 45-year-old Naperville resident runs a multispecialty dental...
Olga Lucia Garzon wanted to start a business offering handcrafted goods from her home country of Colombia, but she needed a website. A group that supports Hispanic businesses gave her a grant , and now she operates her online business, fashionolg.com,...
Judge approves Jaindl zoning settlement, bringing costly Lower Macungie farmland battle to close ... Atiyeh must start from scratch in zoning process for detox center in Bethlehem ... Authority approves two Allentown arena zone projects ... U.S. worker...
Small businesses can gain retail insight and management tips in a 12-week "Retail Academy" June 12 to August 28 in Portsmouth. The program consists of classroom courses, one-on-one counseling and three peer-to-peer meetings. Former and current...
Tags: TowneBank, Hampton Roads, Business
Small businesses added 58,000 employees in May with overall private-sector employment increasing by 135,000, according to the ADP National Employment Report. The number of jobs added is up from 49,000 in April, but down from 72,000 in March. Last May...
Tags: Bank of America Corp., Business
More than two-thirds of small businesses believe federal and state laws should prohibit employment discrimination against gay and transgender people, according to a national poll. The survey from the Small Business Majority, a national small business...
SACRAMENTO -- Californians’ views on the economy continue to improve despite persistent misgivings about the state’s overall direction, according to a new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll. Forty-nine percent of registered voters said...
Tags: Elections, Polls, Politics, Jerry Brown, Business
The Costa Mesa City Council selected 13 members Tuesday night for a committee that will draft a charter, which is essentially a city constitution, over the next several months. The group is tentatively scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. the second and fourth...
Tags: Elections, Political Fundraising, Primaries, Politics
Name: Lori Cabrera Age: 49 Residence: Parkland Birthplace: New York Family: Husband, Dr. Rafael Cabrera; children, Gabrielle, 18, Chloe, 16, and Aaron, 16. Career: Former nutritionist Organization: Unicorn Village Academy, a Boca Raton-...
Rep. John Delaney's new bill offering corporations that repatriate their offshore profits deeply discounted taxes if they invest in a new infrastructure bank, praised in your editorial ("Road work ahead?" May 28), would only serve to reward the very firms...
Sun SentinelFormer U.S. Rep. Allen West, speaking Thursday at the first event for his eponymously named foundation, said conservatives need to spread the word about their views and work to get them implemented or “there may come a time when you wake up and...
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