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Bank of America Brings Small Business Lending to Mobile

When's the last time you went to a physical bank branch? Chances are it's been awhile as mobile banking apps continue to gain both popularity and functionality. In addition to being a major convenience for customers, such apps have also been proven to save institutions a significant amount of money...

How New Tools from Facebook and Google Can Benefit Small Businesses

There's good reason why Facebook and Google are the current kings of the Internet: they know how to help other businesses. With the recent release of Facebook's Find Wi-Fi feature and the enhancement made to Google's Test My Site offering, these companies have given small businesses more opportunity to make...

4 Qualities That Make For a Great Entrepreneur

There are many aspects that ultimately make for a great entrepreneur. From work ethic to ability, every business owner will have their set of strengths and weaknesses that may help or hinder them. That said, if entrepreneurs can learn to be frugal, decisive, collaborative, and motived, chances are they'll be...

Starting Your Own Business? Take Care of These Things First

While it may be hard to know exactly when the right time is to make the leap and start your own company, there are a few things you'll want to take care of before finalizing your decision. By having a solid business plan in place, knowing your options for funding,...

Snapchat Set to Open Its Doors to Small Business Advertisers

At long last, Snapchat is opening the door for small business ad buyers to purchase spots within the app. While this could prove to be a risky move for Snap, it's a promising development for entrepreneurs with limited social advertising budgets.

FTC Aims to Educate Small Business Owners on Cybersecurity

Unless you've been living under a rock for the past few years, you've surely heard about various hacks and other cyberattacks affecting retailers, movie studios, and of course the Democratic National Committee. However many small business owners still either believe they'll be less likely target than larger companies or simply...

The Pros and Cons of the Remote Work Revolution

Even with a host of new technologies available to businesses and employees, remote working is still a controversial and complicated topic. However it's important to remember that what works for one company may not work for another (and vice versa).

What Small Businesses Can Learn from Big Airlines' Woes

While now may be a bad time to be in the airline industry (or running a carrier's Twitter account), their recent woes can be a teachable moment for entrepreneurs in all fields. The overall lesson boils down to this: customers are key. It used to be said that, when a...