Counterfeit goods cost the global economy billions of dollars and millions of jobs. If you know how many, you may already be on the way to winning our Twitter contest.
Our chart breaks down the new taxes, elimination of deductions and fees.
The U.S. Chamber hosted its first ever Google+ Hangout and explored the challenges small business face in this difficult economy, in particular women owned businesses, and how they can be successful in the future.
Business tips from NFL training camps.
With summer slowly sizzling on, our colleagues at the Young Entrepreneurs Council (YEC) asked some of their members: "what odd jobs and tasks do you work on for your businesses during a slow season to keep busy and prepare for a busy time ahead?"
Running a business can be difficult, and good business people know to look for inspiration from everyone and everything around them. As they say, life imitates art, so what better place to look for inspiration than the silver screen?
The Thunder’s run for the NBA championship has been a boon for some small businesses.
Do you want to start a company, but don’t think you have the time? Does being an entrepreneur sounds too risky? Yeah, yeah, we’ve heard it all before. Inc Magazine rounded up the worst excuses for not starting a business, and why they are unfounded.
They’re creeping down our streets. They’re dominating the news. They’re the talk at water coolers across the country. No doubt about it -- the zombies are everywhere. But is your business thinking about the zombie apocalypse? OK, maybe not, but there is a disaster preparedness lesson for businesses amidst all the zombie hysteria here.
While known for his military might, Colin Powell is also an accomplished business leader.
Ryan Schnaufer worked with his teachers and mentors to develop a customizable flash card app.
Rebecca Zerbo started to write herself positive notes to keep in her pocket to remind her how special she really was and with that her company, Positive Pocket was born.
They juggle playdates and spreadsheets. They run successful companies while packing school lunches. They balance work and motherhood. They're Mompreneurs and they're a force to be reckoned with.
Nearly 140 start-up companies are vying to get onboard Blueseed, the world’s first floating incubator.
Justin Avery Anderson was only in high school when he launched Anderson Trail, a maker of soft granola.
In Philadelphia, the Chamber‘s Hiring Our Heroes program hosted its 100th hiring fair nationwide, a milestone achievement for a program that began less than a year ago.
As part of a three day conference, presented in part by the U.S. Chamber, Empact announced its list of 100 entrepreneurs, 30 or younger, who have pledged to give back to the field of entrepreneurship. The “Empact 100” are some of the best and brightest young entrepreneurs from around the country wh
In a national survey, released today by Junior Achievement USA™ (JA) and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s National Chamber Foundation (NCF), U.S. high school juniors revealed their knowledge and perceptions of entrepreneurship, free enterprise, and capitalism and how these factors will influence t
Next week, the Campaign for Free Enterprise will participate in the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) America meeting on job creation. In this week’s Newsweek, President Clinton outlines 14 ways to put Americans back to work. While we don’t agree with everything Mr. Clinton proposes, we applau
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When a Maryland-based candle making company wanted to bring
According to a study done by USA Today, only 45.4% of Americans had jobs in 2010, the lowest share of the population since 1983. How can this be if last month’s unemployment numbers seemed to be showing signs of recovery?
Because those highly anticipated monthly unemployment statistics don’t
Last week Senators Kerry, (D-MA), Lugar (R-IN) and Udall (D-CO) introduced the StartUp Visa Act of 2011.
The good news is this version of the Startup Visa legislation allows foreign students who have earned graduate degrees in the U.S. and professional workers in H-1B status who already live
The Campaign for Free Enterprise in conjunction with Global Entrepreneurship Week present: Entrepreneurship: The Economic and Regulatory Barriers
Thursday, November 18, 2010 | 9:00 a.m. – 12:45 p.m
Free Event – Register Today!
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