Alfonso Serrano is a Brooklyn-based writer. He has served as a senior editor at Al Jazeera America, TIME.com and Conde Nast Portfolio, among other publications. His writing and commentary have appeared in The Guardian, National Public Radio, The Chicago Tribune, and Pacific News Service.
While small companies have been major drivers of job growth for decades, their job creation percentages have declined since the 1990s.Read More
Advances in processing payments point to cash becoming a distant memory some day. Does that mean your business should join the cashless bandwagon?Read More
While the full effects of a new administration continue to unfold, we checked in with small businesses to hear how they're coping with the uncertainty.Read More
How do successful entrepreneurs do it? We got some tips from business owners, who let us in on 5 things they do every day to keep their companies thriving.Read More
Restaurant entrepreneurs tell us what sets them apart—it's not just their menus but their management style that pushed them past the 1-year mark.Read More
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