Small business owners in Georgia are being priced out of their buildings by rising rent and supply costs. An East Atlanta Coffee shop is the latest local business to announce its closing.
The federal government has sued Amazon for allegedly using its monopoly power to stamp out rivals. Now, some small businesses that sell on the marketplace reveal what it's like to depend on Amazon.
The Georgia Craft Brewers Guild is planning to lobby state lawmakers and the public ahead of next year's General Assembly.
25% of Georgia businesses fail in the first year according to a survey by Lending Tree.
Three years after the start of the pandemic, millions of working age people still suffer from long COVID-19 and some lawmakers and advocates, including people with long COVID, say not enough is being done to protect their well-being and ensure they can continue to be employed.
Weeks after the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank, lenders are getting stingier about making loans. That makes it harder for businesses trying to grow and – and it raises the risk of recession.
With high inflation and rising expenses, small businesses hope to lure shoppers with food, holidays cheer, instead of deep discounts.
The city of Kanazawa produces most of Japan's fine gold leaf, but there aren't enough young people to take over the craft. The same situation is playing out for small family businesses across Japan.
Wall Street executives are pushing vaccinated workers to return to work, and that's good news for vendors and other small businesses in New York that depend on workers from finance.
The CDC's new guidance that it's safe for fully vaccinated people to go without masks, even indoors, has led to a confusing situation for businesses, which now have to decide what to do on their own.
The Small Business Administration had to quickly disburse coronavirus relief loans. But some of that may have been handed out to fraudsters, an agency report says.
When Historic Macon Foundation’s Ethiel Garlington moved to town in 2014, a late 19th Century drugstore caught his eye in Beall’s Hill.
“This is the first building I’ve seen and fell in love with,” Garlington told the Land Bank Authority this summer.
The two-story, brick business with its angled entrance also was love at first site for chef Robert Fisher who was searching for a home for his catering business and new restaurant.
Food carts and street vendors could soon be popping up around Macon-Bibb County after commissioners approved a temporary relaxing of regulations due to COVID-19.
A father and son reflect how their family has honed toolmaking through three generations at their Brooklyn, N.Y., shop. Despite pandemic stresses, they hope to be in business well into the future.
There are new plans to put a liquor store in the old Greyhound bus station near the corner of Spring Street and Riverside Drive.