Paul James' uncle built a brand of iconic barbecue grills that somehow fell by the wayside. Now James is bringing PK Grills back -- better than before.
Human beings are hardwired to recognize human faces in objects -- and it was just that innate ability that led one entrepreneur to start his own business.
An entrepreneurial son who joined the family business talks about value, scalability - and patience. (Just kidding!)
Chris-Craft, once a maker of exquisite boats for movie stars and presidents, lost its way after heirs to the company sold it. Now it's making a comeback.
Start a permission-based email list, focus on one social channel, and build from there, says Constant Contact CEO Gail Goodman.
Strider fills a need no one else had met -- a bicycle for the 18-month to 2-year-old set. The company now employs 32 workers in Rapid City, South Dakota.
By using a Profession Employer Organization a small business owner can offer competitive and cost-effective benefits packages to it's employees.
Every deal has a winner and a loser, but sometimes, it takes years -- or decades -- to be sure of who was who.
With $10 million in annual revenue and 160 employees, Lolly Wolly Doodle derives 60 percent of sales from Facebook alone.
You have to think differently to prosper as a small business, which may change the way you think about desirable -- and undesirable -- customers.
A decade ago, Chance Rides was flagging, so the family running the amusement ride business started daily meetings -- a ritual that continues to this day.
Small-business sentiment jumped to its highest level in 6-1/2 years in April, bolstering hopes of increased economic activity in the second quarter.
Small-business owners are keeping a cautious approach to running their companies even as they grow more optimistic, surveys show.
Facebook believes tapping into the lucrative small business market will help increase its advertising and get more clicks on all kinds of ads.
Franchises can be a great way to start a business. But pay close attention to the disclosure documents to avoid failing and losing your investment.
For the fifth Saturday this year, the White House used the president's weekly address to exhort Republicans to support an increase in the minimum wage.
Rising costs for materials and labor appear to be pressuring businesses, a quarterly survey from the National Association of Business Economics shows.
A Philadelphia chocolate maker and candy store says it has resolved a tax issue that threatened to shutter the establishment days before Easter.
Jakeabob's Bay was a thriving eatery on the Jersey shore where patrons took in gorgeous sunsets. But Jakeabob's won't live to see the second summer after Superstorm Sandy.