Many of today’s women-owned businesses are led by recession-tested entrepreneurs whose experiences provide valuable insight into challenges that await aspiring business owners says a study by Chase, NFIB and the Center for Women's Business Research.
While the overall jobs picture is better than it was in 2009 at the height of the recession, small business hiring is still struggling to find solid footing in the recovery. That’s the takeaway from the latest NFIB Small Business Economic Trends Survey. Holly Wade, senior policy analyst for the NFIB Research Foundation, outlined the survey results in Small Business Jobs Report, a new monthly video series. “More employers are reducing employees instead of adding to their workforce,” Wade said. http://www.nfib.com/jobsnumbers
NFIB's video series "Top 5" examines what should be repealed first in the healthcare law in order to give small businesses more choices and to control costs.
NFIB Legal Center Exec. Director Karen Harned recaps the first day of oral arguments at the Supreme Court over the constitutionality of the healthcare law.
NFIB Legal Center Exec. Director Karen Harned recaps the final day of oral arguments at the Supreme Court over the severability of the healthcare law.
Small business owner and NFIB member Dave Klemencic tells why why he's a plaintiff in the case challenging the constitutionality of the Obamacare healthcare law.
Employment data is the "most interesting and important indicator" we have about the strength of the economy, says NFIB economist Bill Dunkelberg in this "Your Bottom Line" episode.
Karen Harned of NFIB's Small Business Legal Center shares highlights of the Supreme Court case that NFIB brought against Obamacare and spells out why the unprecedented law is unconstitutional and why the case is important for small business.
NFIB's president and CEO Dan Danner explains that a Gallup poll reveals that Americans trust small business the most to create new jobs. April 2012 Small Business Minute PSA.
On NFIB's Top 5, host Amanda Austin discusses the top 5 proposals to bring down healthcare costs for small businesses through market-based solutions that support entrepreneurship.