On January 20, 2017, the Republican Party will take control of the House of Representatives, the Senate, and the presidency for the first time since 2006. What could this mean for the U.S. economy and for U.S. small businesses?
MIT entrepreneurship student Nick Majer shares how Politifund, the startup he’s helping build, hopes to revolutionize American politics, and why MIT startups seem to do so well.
London is campaigning hard to remain the fintech capital of the world and wants your business. If you are considering expanding into Europe, here’s a good overview of what you should know before setting up shop in the UK.
Women-owned businesses won 5.05 percent of federal contracts last year. How can we boost those numbers?
“Uncertainty” is the watch word for 2016. From rising interest rates to fluctuating oil prices, Michael Evans shares his predictions for the business year ahead.
It is important for entrepreneurs to communicate their views to federal, state, and local policy makers. The benefits of having a voice with elected officials can enhance your company’s profile—and your bottom line.
What do Washington Post columnist Kathleen Parker, along with apparently the entire media and pollsters on both sides of the aisle, seem to be missing about the success of Trump’s campaign? The effectiveness of his messages.
If you’re searching for sound and accurate financial information, it is always wise to go straight to the source — the government agency responsible for creating, administering, and overseeing the laws of the country.
With the new spending bill providing funding to a number of government agencies, it’s a great time for small businesses to consider government contracting.
Subcontracting for a prime is a great way for small business owners to get their toes wet in government contracting; however, they must know how to protect themselves so they do not get shut out of the work when it comes time to perform.